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In Marguerite Duras’s The Lover, a fifteen-and-a-half-year-old white girl pursues a sexual relationship with a twenty-seven-year-old Chinese man. . . . Like most scholars, both Schuster and Hewitt presuppose that the ...
Aldo Leopold’s Unique Elegy: Consolation and Agency in “Marshland Elegy” and A Sand County Almanac This essay explores “Marshland Elegy” by first outlining the historical evolution of elegies to provide a foundational understanding of the literary form, and then analyzing the utility in considering “Marshland Elegy’s” ...
Throughout this essay, I will be examining how misogynistic language throughout Asante’s adolescence, specifically in rap music and inner city street culture, establishes a tense and destructive stage for gender relations ...
In this paper, I study the suicides of Ophelia from Hamlet and Lady Macbeth from Macbeth, and point out how their words and actions correlate with what was called madness at the time, but what we understand as depression ...