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Setting in 'Devil in a Blue Dress' and Skinwalkers
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A 3 page paper discussing these novels by Walter Mosley and Tony Hillerman, respectively. The paper points out that the culture of the locale in which these novels are set determines the ground rules for the entire novel. In this way, setting functions almost like the ruling spirit of the novel itself, setting the motivations of the characters in motion, and then stepping back while the characters move the plot. No additional sources cited.
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The Contrasting Worldviews of Walter Mosley and Arthur Conan Doyle
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A six page paper comparing these two writers of detective fiction in terms of the way they reflect their respective societies, and how this affects the moral statements made by their fiction in general. Particular works compared are Conan Doyle's 'Adventures of Sherlock Holmes' and Mosley's 'White Butterfly.' Bibliography lists four sources.
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The Detective Genre in 'Devil in a Blue Dress'
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A 6 page paper on the novel by Walter Mosley. The paper suggests that the novel has a hard time characterizing itself as either mystery or social commentary, and while it has elements of both, it has the strengths of neither. Much of this is caused by its somewhat predictable plot and slight characterizations. No additional sources cited.
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Walter Mosley's 'Devil In A Blue Dress' / A View Of Easy Rawlins
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This 5 page paper considers the character of Easy Rawlins presented in Walter Mosley's novel Devil in a Blue Dress and relates the issue of race, especially Easy's blackness, as it impacts his role as a private eye. This paper considers the sometimes conflicting view of Easy Rawlins and the impact for the novel as a whole. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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'Womanism' in the Writing and Life of Alice Walker
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A 9 page paper analyzing Walker's emphasis on 'womanism', and the social and historical forces underlying it. The paper defines what Walker means by this term, and shows how she applies it in both her novels and her own life. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Alice Walker / Techniques
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This 6 page paper demonstrates how the Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Color Purple, uses fiction and other forms of writing to address her concerns. Examples of this are shown with the use of three of her major novels, The Temple of My Familiar, The Color Purple and Possessing The Secret of Joy. The short story Roselily is also used to show how Walker consistently uses her characters to demonstrate her interest in humanity and concern with issues such as abuse and female genital mutilation. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Alice Walker's 'Am I Blue?'/ Animal Rights & Human Nature
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A 4 page analysis of Alice Walker's essay on the 'human' qualities of animals, specifically a horse of which she was very fond. The paper argues that Walker's essay sentimentally anthropomorphizes the horse, preventing us from seeing its truly animal nature. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Alice Walker's 'Everyday Use'
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7 pages in length. The importance of language in Alice Walker's 'Everyday Use.' Writer also touches upon the symbolic significance of the quilt.
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Alice Walker's 'Everyday Use'/ Dee's Afrocentricism
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A 5 page research paper that examines the way that Walker uses the character of Dee to make some profound statements on what it means to be African-American. The writer argues that this short story contrasts Dee's faddish 'Afrocentricism' against the very real, nurturing values of her mother and sister. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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