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The Roots of Nonconformity in the Works of Willa Cather
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A nine page paper looking at Willa Cather's lesbianism as a reason for her nonconformist views. The paper asserts that due to the threat of being blackballed in the publishing industry, Cather was forced to hide her homosexuality, but her nonconformity shines through in her works. Bibliography lists seven sources.
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Thoreau's 'Civil Disobedience' vs. Douglass' 'Narrative Of The Life Of ...'
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A 5 page discussion of the two men, their backgrounds, their views of slavery and their approaches to obliterating it. Bibliography lists 3 primary sources including the books.
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Frederick Douglass & His Crusade Against Slavery
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A 5 page examination of the life and work of Frederick Douglass. Includes information regarding his most noted literary works, his activities as a speaker in the abolitionsist movement as well as information on other activities of his life which were dircted against slavery. Bibliography lists five sources.
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Frederick Douglass / Brawn or Brain
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A 5 page examination of the fight between Frederick Douglass and Mr. Covey as related in the 'The Narrative of Frederick Douglass'. Concludes that in reality the fight had no real bearing on Douglass' real crusade against slavery or his determination to attain freedom. Points out that Douglass' real impetus for freedom came from his quest for knowledge and that it was not Douglass' brawn that allowed him to succeed in escaping the bonds of slavery but his brains. Emphasizes that Douglass was a man of refinement rather than one who would resort to violence as the primary means of accomplishing a goal. Bibliography lists 3 sources including the Narrative.
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The Dehumanization of Frankenstein Compared To that of Frederick Douglass
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A 6 page comparison of the dehumanization to which Frederick Douglass was exposed as a slave to that to which Frankenstein, the 'monster' of Mary Shelly's creation, was exposed to. No additional sources cited.
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Malcolm X / Pilgrimage To Mecca
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A 5 page paper discussing the events that first drove Malcolm X to consider Islam and make a pilgrimage to Mecca and the impact the journey had on him. Malcolm X changed his attitudes dramatically following his pilgrimage and began preaching the Oneness of God. Essay includes some of Malcolm X's remarks about his pilgrimage. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Interpretative Questions/Malcolm X
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A 3 page analysis that attempts to answer, based on his autobiography, the interpretive question: 'why was this leader gunned down at a point in this career where his philosophy had changed toward one that was more oriented toward peace and brotherhood, then the more militant position that he had previously held?' An 'interpretive question' is defined as a question to which there are two or more possible answers, therefore, the paper offers two contrasting perspectives. No additional sources cited.
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Malcolm X / Comparing Sources
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8 pages in length. Does The Autobiography of Malcolm X, as written by Malcolm X himself, truly reflect the truths about the civil rights leader when compared against Malcolm X: Make It Plain, a biography written by William Strickland? Historically, the two publications are quite complementary in their timeline of events, emotions and significance. The writer compares and contrasts many of the similarities between the two books.
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Malcolm X / His Life room His Going to Jail Up Until His Death
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In 10 pages, the author discusses Malcolm X focusing on his life from his going to jail up until his death. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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