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  • The Good Old Days
    650 words
    Women without voices or opinions, women with very few choices in their own lives, women who totally stood by the men in their lives those are the pictures we see today of women from generations long ago. Perhaps those were the good old days for the men of the world, but perhaps women today feel differently. In the short stories Eveline by James Joyce and A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner, images of two women, living under the control of their fathers, are clearly depicted through characters n...
  • Influence Of The Father Figure
    1,441 words
    In literature we often encounter characters being influenced by an outside force. These influences are the exercises of a moral or a secret control over the actions of another. Usually brought about by a controlling or directing power based not on authority, but on social, moral, financial, or other forms of ascendency. Sometimes the power of privately controlling the acts of those in authority brings about persuasive capabilities. These influences can have a positive or negative effect on the c...
  • Law Of Tragedy
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    Tragedy has always been a popular theme in stories and plays. For centuries, people have been captivated by morbidly emotional finales, rather than by happy endings. Stories with a sad outcome fascinate us much more than those, ending on a happy note. Many of the best works of literature are considered to be tragedies. Shakespeare would be a perfect example of a man who had written many delightful comedies; yet, he was more famous for his grave tragedies. People seem to be more attached to somet...
  • Kate Chopin And William Faulkner
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    Married To Be Alone? Although marriage is the symbol of two lives! | union, in the real world many people experience it in the opposite way. Gloria Steinem says: ! SSThe surest way to be alone is to get married. !" In! SSThe Story of an Hour!" by Kate Chopin, we can certainly realize how well the author describes the loneliness of a marriage. There is another short story that also reflects the same point of view in a relationship; it is William Faulkner's! SSA Rose for Emily. !" Both works serve...
  • Rose For Emily By William Faulkner
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    Definitely, William Faulkner is one of the most controversial writers ever studied; a lot of his stories bring about the issues and questions, which has bothered humanity for a substantial period of time. Faulkner is great at creating unusual settings for his stories, most of the personages he develops throughout the course of his stories are authentic and unique, and none of the other writers is able to reproduce the realistic appeal of the Faulkners characters. A Rose for Emily is the perfect ...
  • Womens Lives
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    In todays society numerous women are becoming completely independent from men. Just ask any young woman you come across how they feel about a man in their lives and often times a response confirming the lack of a need or even desire of a man present will be returned. Of course the lack of good men available adds to womens negative feelings towards us. For those women who wish to engage in relationships their overall hapinness can sway either way. It's a known fact that some relationships are goo...
  • History Of Modern Art
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    The notion that modern art developed in multiple cultures and nations is one that needs to be further explored. The foundation of modern art contrasts the prevailing art history within it. The primary reason for this position was not racism or cultural ignorance, but rather total absorption with the prevailing art philosophy of the time- that art should ultimately serve a higher or absolute ideal. But to understand modern art it is not necessary to know its history, in fact, history gives no mor...
  • Reader Of Their View Of Emily's Life
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    ? A Rose for Emily? In William Faulkner's short story, ? A Rose for Emily, ? the main character, Emily Grierson, is a woman completely isolated from her town. She has grown up her whole life in the same house, with the same butler, and primarily the company of only her father. Emily's family had been wealthy; however after the civil war their money had run short. As the story progresses it is revealed that Emily may be living a stranger life than Faulkner allows the reader to see. Faulkner uses ...

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