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The Political Writer: An Analysis of V.S. Naipaul
I chose one particular writer to study: V. S. Naipaul. Naipaul offered the diversity I needed to examine the political novel as well as political non-fiction. Though rare, Naipaul is successful at both. So through ...
A Political Analysis of "Coriolanus" by William Shakespeare
The purpose of this paper is to examine the events and conditions of the late 16th and early 17th centuries and compare them to the language, plot and implications of Shakespeare's play Coriolanus. Written sometime in ...
Margaret Chase Smith & The McCarthy Era: A Biographical Study of Political Courage
Allow me to introduce Margaret Chase Smith. I will share a part of her life with you, namely the years between 1947 and 1955, with introductory and closing biographical sketches.
Hopper's People : Nighthawks and Western Motel
Two one-act plays based on paintings by Edward Hopper.
Black on White : The Story of the Black Student Organization at Kalamazoo College in the Late 1960s
Chronicles the efforts of the Black Student Organization at Kalamazoo College in 1968-1969 to increase Black admissions, hire more Black professors, and change campus housing rules, culminating in occupation of Mandelle ...
A Matter of Hunger : Essays and Recipes
Seven essays, including recipes, written to encourage the personal investment in cooking which elevates food to a level higher than simple nourishment. As Alice Waters points out, that for every minute we save by using ...
The Word, the Deed, and the "Doing" : Bakhtin's Dialogics and the Dialectic Dr. Seuss
A socio-political analysis of Seuss' poetics guided by C.S. Lewis' precepts that "no book is really worth reading at the age of ten which is not equally (and often far more) worth reading at the age of fifty" and that ...
The Evolution of the Black Heroine and Her World : A Collective Effort to Discover and Overcome the Abuses of Power by Zora Neale Hurston, Mariama Ba, and Bessie Head
The author applies Marxist-Feminist theory to the work of three African-American and African authors.
An Intensive Internship and a Poetical Dalliance : Tales of a Two-Part SIP
The author spent Fall 1989 working as an intern for the Mecosta County (Mich) United Way. Included are four essays on the United Way in a a rural community and the author's portfolio of public relations work for the United ...