Beneatha as the Image of Identity and Independence in Rising in the Sun

The 1950s was the time, when the American society restricted womens rights and due to Carter, this restriction was even worse for black people. Nevertheless, at that time, Lorraine Hansberry, an American playwright and writer, becomes the first African-American woman winning a Pulitzer Prize for her drama A Raisin in the Sun, as well asNew York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Play of the Year.

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Self-Reliance and Feminism in the Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Self-Reliance and Feminism in the Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was written in 1900 by Baum, L. Frank

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The loneliness of the long-distance runner

The short story, The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner is a narrative written by Alan Sillitoe. The story is part of an anthology of short stories by the same author...

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Thus Spoke Zarathustra

A prominent German philosopher and writer Friedrich Nietzsche became famous during his lifetime, though then it was, for the most part, the notoriety of the nihilist that the philosopher himself supported...

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How Different Types of Love are Thematized

Love is largely a relative concept, with its construction often varying from society to society, generation to generation and in the present...

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Relationships and Psychology

The issues underlying the behavior and the social viability of the stories protagonist is primarily evident in her relation and attitude towards the men.

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Comparing Angelou and Tan

Maya Angelou and Amy Tan each write about being a young minority person in an American culture. Angelou’s short story “Champion of the World” tells about a boxing match of African American boxer Joe Louis against a white contender and how the whole African American community was glued to the TV set and awaited the end of the match with bated breath because a loss or victory of their black guy meant a lot for their lives amidst racial inequality.

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Analysis of Russian Tales

Many writers, readers and scholars have shown a great interest in European folktale since 1696 when famous writes such as...

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Number Our Days

The book under analysis is an anthropological research Number Our Days written by Barbara Myerhoff. Since 1978 when the...

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Arnolds Devil Image

Joyce Carol Oates in her piece of work entitled "Where are you Going, Where have you been", creates a very unique charac...

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