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  • Main Character's Husband
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    In the short story 'The Yellow Wallpaper'; written by Charlotte Perkins Gilman we enter a story that is a cry for freedom. This story is about a woman who fights for her right to express what she feels, and fights for her right to do what she wants to do. The narrator in this short story is a woman whose husband loves her very much, but oppresses her to the point where she cannot take it anymore. This story revolves around the main character, her oppressed life, and her search for freedom. There...
  • Woman
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    for i feel for a woman and yet i had only known her for a week, this sent me into a downwards spire l of dark and very deep depression which was br out on by the rejection on her behalf, , my end. i'm not exactly sure why i feel as for her but yet am convinced that her and i are meant to be in some far away land where there would only be both of us together in an eternal embrace. A wise man once told me that it is true when they say the grass is always greener. and to some extent that is true, t...
  • Effect Of Methadone
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    By Gerard Chretien English: Vietnam Prof: Morgan Shul z 2002 Judging from the other reviews, the awards, and multiple accolades Thom Jones's writings, and 'The Pugilist at Rest' in particular, have received, I am apparently in quite the minority. But here goes: I found an inherent falseness and overwritten emotion throughout the stories. Jones too often tells the reader what he / she should be feeling instead of letting the reader respond sans prescription. Case in point: 'I Want to Live!' The s...
  • Alixs Sense Of Control In A Situation
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    English 109 Gates of Ivory In a world surrounded by war, death, and atrocity, it sometimes seems as if there is nowhere positive for the characters in the Gates of Ivory by Margaret Drabble to turn. In the mist of these bad images Drabble juxtaposes a unique view into the world of womens reproduction and menstruation that has rarely been revealed in other novels. She shows that menstruation exposes feelings ranging from liberation and empowerment in Alix Bowen, to shame, disgust and sorrow in Mm...
  • Alone By Her Own Feelings
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    The Spiritual Beginning In all of Joy Harjo poetry one of the values that is common is a connection between all things. Nothing then exists by itself. The sense of the conceitedness of all things, of the spiritless of all thins, of the intelligent consciousness of all things, is the identifying characteristic of American Indian tribal poetry. (Allen, pg. 167) In Joy Harjo's poem Them Women Hanging From the Thirteenth Floor Window, we can see a woman trying to grasp her spiritual connection to th...
  • Eating Food
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    Throughout this essay, I will be discussing widespread issues concerning and related to food. Specifically covering topics such as, women's relationship to food, compulsive eating, anorexia, bulimia women and sex and women and food in relation to religion. Primarily, to understand the issues to be raised in this essay, I have to establish, and note that food is a vital and essential part of our human and social existence. It is the means to which keeps us alive and without it we cannot survive. ...

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