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Robert Pirsig's 'Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance'
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A 15 page review of the 1974 book by Robert Persig. Explores the concept of perception and how it relates to the ancient philosophy of Zen. Illuminates Persig's concern with the decline in American values and in systems such as our educational system. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: Zenart.rtf

Robert Pirsig's 'Lila' / Metaphysics Of Quality
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A 5 page analysis of the concepts presented by Pirsig as they relate to what he calls 'dynamic quality.' No additional sources cited.
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An Interpretation of Yeats’ “Sailing to Byzantium”
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A 6 page review of one of Yeats’ most spiritually moving poem. The author analyzes the symbolism employed by Yeats to present the contention that Yeats’ intent was to impart a sense of spiritual awareness, of the fragility of life in our worldly form, of the power of the many mystical forces of our universe, and the concepts of reincarnation and life in the afterworld. Bibliography lists 4 sources. PPyeats2.rtf
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Class Struggle In Four Multicultural Authors
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A 5 page paper looking at the works of James Joyce, Lu Xun, Mahasweta Devi, and Pramoedya Ananta Toer, in terms of how these authors reflect class stratifications within their respective cultures. Stories mentioned are Joyce's 'Araby,' Lu Xun's 'My Old Home,' Devi's 'Breast-Giver,' and Toer's 'Inem.' Bibliography lists two additional sources.
Filename: Strugcl.wps

Partners in Modernism / Lu Xun & James Joyce
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A 5 page paper comparing the famous Irish author with a Chinese writer less well-known in the United States, but just as influential in his own country as Joyce is in the English-speaking world. The paper illustrates the many uncanny parallels between these two authors. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: Luxun.wps

Combat Stories: An Interview With A World War II Medic
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An 8 page research paper that recounts what World War II was like for the medics that served the front lines. Told in the form of an interview with a World War II veteran, the writer relates war stories gained from research done in this area. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Ww2view.rtf

D-Day June 6, 1944 : The Climactic Battle of World War II by Stephen E. Ambrose
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5 pages in length. An in-depth review of the title book. Evaluates the book, gives thought on the content of the book and concisely summarizes the book's major themes. The information and first hand narratives collected by the author make this book and the story it has to tell come alive. The reader is brought back to that time in history and can re-live these moments of terror, tragedy and triumph through the pages of this unforgettable book. Bibliography lists one source.
Filename: JGAambrs.doc

Masuji Ibuse/ 'Black Rain'
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A 7 page analysis of Masuji Ibuse's moving novel, 'Black Rain,' a narrative that recounts what it was like to be in Hiroshima on August 6, 1945 when the atom bomb fell. Ibuse allows the reader to see the devastation of Hiroshima through the perceptions of more then one character. He also shows the interplay between the varying moods and also between his main and secondary themes to create a marvelous piece of literature rather then simply a documentary account. No additional sources cited.
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Owen and Hardy on World War I
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A 5 page paper comparing Wilfred Owen's 'Dulce Et Decorum Est' and Thomas Hardy's 'The Man He Killed,' both poems born of combat in World War I. Reaction to Owen's descriptions in 'Dulce Et Decorum Est' transcends mere emotion; in 'The Man He Killed,' Hardy evokes it by avoiding any allusion to it. Both, however, leave the reader affected. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSOwenHar.wps


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