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Tragic Threads: Weaving Together Wide Sargasso Sea and Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, is a classic Gothic romance, focusing on Jane, the young governess, and Rochester, her employer and eventual husband. While the character of Rochester’s first wife is important in the novel, she’s not a main character. Jean Rhys changed that in Wide Sargasso Sea, a novel...

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The Scarlet Letter – An analytical review

The Scarlet Letter is a story that brings to light many social and religious issues. Although the time period for this film was set deep into America’s past, there are instances today whereby a person may be alienated by society for holding on to their convictions. The problem with religion...

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The Bluest Eye

“It had begun with Christmas and the gift of dolls. The big, the special, the loving gift was always a big, blue-eyed Baby Doll. From the clucking sounds of adults I knew that the doll represented what they thought was my fondest wish. I was bemused with the thing itself...

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Mount Misery (1996)

The main character in Mount Misery, Dr. Roy Basch, encounters many different characters during his journey as an intern. Through the voices of these characters, he provides a look at the fallacy of the psychiatric field and the theories behind it. The following examines three of the characters that stood...

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Utopia in Woman on the Edge of Time

In Woman on the Edge of Time, Marge Piercy presents two future societies. One is a dystopia, where an elite class of citizens lives on space platforms and possesses the power to induce the psychology of the mass population. They also alter the women, enhancing their sexual features, and valuing...

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The Sailor Who Fell From Grace with the Sea

Mishima, the author of the book The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea, writes about a current conflict between the western and eastern values. The antagonism occurs in Fusako's home and the contrasting settings of the sea. The author negatively portrays Fusako as a character, who succumbs to...

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The Ethics of “The Man Who Bought Route 128”

Richard Meehan writes an account of the story that Thomas Worcester tells him. The story starts out with a preview of sorts. Its tells the reader that engineers face a lot of ethical problems. The way that engineers secure deals can be mixed up and not really make any sense....

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Omelas: A Customizable City

In “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas”, Ursula K. Le Guin describes an imaginary city called Omelas, where everybody is constantly happy and satisfied. In Omelas, the summer solstice is a very important event which the local community celebrates with joyful processions, music, food and horse races. Despite Le...

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Devil in a Blue Dress

Within the novel Devil in a Blue Dress, the story is told about a black man in the 1940s who is trying to establish himself in the American Dream - owning his own home and making a comfortable living for himself. However, given the time period and the cultural situation,...

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Elsa Morante’s “History”

Elsa Morante’s novel “History” includes the concept of Catholicism and Catholic elements, but it mainly focuses on the individual development of the protagonist, Ida. Ida suffers a crisis identity throughout the book. Her father was baptized as a Catholic, but her mother was a Jewish woman. Therefore, Ida has a...

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Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas and the American Dream

One of the values of the American Dream is freedom, and this is perhaps the value most explored in the film, Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas, in regard to the protagonist, Duke. This is because Duke essentially does whatever he wants without thinking, and this includes taking heavy amounts...

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Crazy Vacation in Las Vegas

The strip never sleeps. I remembered those words as I stood outside of Caesar's Palace rubbing my eyes and trying to remember how long I'd been awake for. I thought it had been forty eight hours, but it could have been closer to seventy two. I looked down as trousers,...

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Intersectionality in Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club

Amy Tan’s novel, The Joy Luck Club, follows the lives of four Chinese women and their four daughters. One of the mothers is dead, but her story is told through the memories of her daughter and her friends. The mothers immigrated to the United States as young women in the...

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What did Stargirl do on Hot Seat?

Rationale Stargirl is a novel that addresses themes of both individuality and conformity in schools. The novel's protagonist, Stargirl, is unique because she presents herself in a manner unlike any other student. She dresses differently, chooses her own name (her real name is Susan), and although she eventually becomes a...

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“The Charterhouse of Parma” by Stendhal

Introduction The Charterhouse of Parma by Stendhal offers us an in-depth insight to the genuine sense of human nature. This psychological romantic thriller provokes inner suspense within a reader making everyone reassess our true values. Like many of us, Fabrizzeo wants to be honorable but actually he’s not. Through his...

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The Scarlet Letter

In The Scarlet Letter, Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote an intriguing story set in Boston during the time of the Puritans. The story revolves around the character of Hestor Prynne, who gives birth to a daughter, Pearl, out-of-wedlock. She is married, but living separately from her husband and is therefore found guilty...

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The Glass Castle

Within the novel, The Glass Castle, the author Jeannette Walls shares a memoir about her life growing up. Throughout the realm of her story, it has been found that she had very difficult moments that can be attributed to factors such as her parents, the different people she surrounded herself...

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