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The Roots of Nonconformity in the Works of Willa Cather
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A nine page paper looking at Willa Cather's lesbianism as a reason for her nonconformist views. The paper asserts that due to the threat of being blackballed in the publishing industry, Cather was forced to hide her homosexuality, but her nonconformity shines through in her works. Bibliography lists seven sources.
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Willa Cather's 'Paul's Case' / Conflict and Illusion
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A 5 page paper on Willa Cather's psychological portrait of a troubled teen. The paper concludes that Paul's rebellion pits far more than father against son, or the exquisite against the drab, or illusion against reality. It calls the very nature of reality into question, and strongly suggests that reality is relative to each individual.
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Willa Cather's 'Paul's Case' vs. Graham Greene's 'The Destructors'
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A 6 page paper on these two stories by Willa Cather and Graham Greene. The paper concludes that Paul's rebellion pits the exquisite against the drab, while Trevor's rebellion ultimately pits meaninglessness against meaning. No sources.
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Women and Society in Cather’s “O Pioneers!”
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A 5 page paper analyzing Willa Cather’s novel in terms of its treatment of a strong, independent woman and her influence on the outcasts of society. The paper argues that women such as Alexandra Bergson have drawn from their feminine side the sympathy to care about those less fortunate than themselves, and from their masculine side (which many of them didn’t even know they had) the power to change lives for the better. No additional sources.
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Sir Walter Scott's 'Old Mortality' / Analyzed
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This 5 page research paper examines the 1816 novel of historical fiction, Old Mortality, which chronicles the Covenanters, their struggle for religious freedom, as well as considers the role played by female characters. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Sir Walter Scott's 'Waverley' / Analyzed
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This 5 page paper examines the 1814 novel, Waverley, by Scottish novelist Sir Walter Scott. Specifically discussed is how the novel qualifies as romantic, in terms of definition and the author's medieval concept of the term. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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The Function of Myth
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This 7 page paper discusses the role of myth within a good story: Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean M. Aurel. The importance of archetypal image is discussed, as well as the perception that writing is the key to human consciousness as shown in Walter Ong's Orality and Literacy: The Technologicalizing of the Word. Bibliographylists 4 sources.
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Film - 'Devil in a Blue Dress' Analyzed
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A 5 page paper which analyzes the 1995 murder mystery, Devil in a Blue Dress, which was based on a 1990 novel by Walter Mosley. Three stages of textual analysis are offered -- an interpretation of the mystery, how race affects the outcome of the mystery, and how the outcome affects our understanding of race, citing specific references to larger social issues. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Good Guys & Rotten Apples in Twentieth Century Detective Fiction
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A 9 page paper analyzing the detectives used in six detective novels of the twentieth century: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie, The Emperor's Snuffbox by John Dickson Carr, The Moving Toyshop by Edmund Crispin, The Maltese Falcon by Dashiell Hammett, Guardian Angel by Sara Paretsky, and Devil in a Blue Dress by Walter Mosley. The paper separates the novels into those in which the detectives themselves are moral and trustworthy, and those in which they are not, and explains how the author's social and moral views are reflected in his detectives. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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