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Jewish Feminist Novel He, She and It by Marge Piercy

In 5 pages this paper examines Jewish feminism within the context of Piercy's novel. There are 4 sources cited in the bibliograp...

He, She, and It by Marge Piercy

In 7 pages this paper compares the issues between the Tikva cyborg and the Prague Golem development story as featured in Marge Pie...

Feminist Utopian Literature Represented by Women on the Edge of Time by Marge Piercy

destroyed, and that in its place, a society based on equality and not by the limitations imposed by gender. Piercys radical views...

Piercy: “The Secretary Chant”

a "reject button" and she is pregnant with a Xerox machine (Piercy). The last lines of the poem give the reader the point: "File m...

Judaism and Feminism in Marcie Piercy's, He She and It

This paper details the theme of Jewish Feminist theory interwoven throughout Marcie Piercy's book, He She and It. This five page ...

Overview of Cyborg Imagery

Cyborg imagery is considered in five pages and how it represents problem resolution resulting from individualism and examines it w...

Sociological Perspectives on Woman on the Edge of Time by Marge Piercy

section, the author paints a tragic portrait of inner city life that is characterized by violence, cruelty and desperation. For ex...

Literature, Female Characters, and the Theme of Phenomenal Women

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Various Poets Appealing to the Ear

work. Let America be America again. Let it be the dream it used to be. Let it be the pioneer on the plain Seeking a home where he ...

American Society in Literature

This 16 page paper examines four books that are centered on American society. The books discussed are Joyce Maynard's To Die For; ...

Golems and Androids Joseph and Yod in Snow in August by Pete Hamill and Marge Piercy's He, She, and It

In five pages this paper contrasts and compares the golem and android featured in these works by Pete Hamill and Marge Piercy. Fo...

'Barbie Doll' by Marge Piercy and Heroin Use by Models

In five pages this paper examines heroin use by models to maintain thin bodies as portrayed in this poem by Marge Piercy. Six sou...

The Definition of Utopia

movements for social change that were around and attempting to give them as concrete a form as possible so it would seem real" ("M...

'Barbie Doll' by Marge Piercy

In three pages this essay examines how women are manufactured as described by Marge Piercy in this powerful poem. One source is c...

Margaret Thatcher and Feminism

This five page paper discusses the way in which Margaret Thatcher could be seen as a positive influence in the feminist school of...

Jewish Feminism According to Lynn Davidson and Shelly Tenebaum

In seven pages feminist scholarship's 3 stages are applied to the essays contained in the text edited by Lynn Davidson and Shelly ...

A Feminist Perspective on Beloved by Toni Morrison

This 5 page paper examines Toni Morrison's novel Beloved from a feminist perspective. The writer analyzes Beloved herself, who app...

'Rape' by Marge Piercy

In four pages this poem is analyzed in terms of such literary elements as symbolism, rhythm, and technique with the author's inten...

Constructing Knowledge and Feminist Theory

the female spirit. Code implies that the concept of feminism embodies a number of critical theories by which to better address th...

An Analysis of Bridging by Marge Piercy

A 5 page analysis of symbolism and structure in this interesting poem. An exploration of inner conflict, fluctuation and inconsis...

Woman on the Edge of Time by Marge Piercy

In five pages this futuristic fiction and the Utopian society it features are considered in this overview of societal issues. Thr...

Power in Women on the Edge of Time by Marge Piercy and 1984 by George Orwell

big cities, parents were sent to jail on the testimony of their children, politicians changed their records and no one noticed, ne...

'A Work of Artifice' by Marge Piercy

curlers, the hands you love to touch" (Piercy 75). a. The poem denotes cultural symbols. b. Symbols include bound feet an...

Use/Misuse of the Body/2 Examples

is a poor, but virtuous servant employed within the estate of the nobleman, her master, whom she refers to as Mr. B. This narrativ...

Representations of Community in Marge Piercy's He, She and It and Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God

In five pages the community representations in each of these works are contrasted and compared. There are no other sources used....

Jewish Wedding Traditions

This 8 page paper discusses the traditions of the Jewish wedding ceremony, including the breaking of the glass and the role of the...

She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb

that of her mother because they are both gluttonous. Mrs. Price is gluttonous because she puts up with Mr. Prices philandering. ...

Jewish Concept of Evil

Jews maintains a direct relation to the way in which the state of Israel exists. The combination of fear and dread that consumes ...

Tutorial Sigmund Freud Lecture

In seven pages this tutorial essay instructs how to deliver to a group comprised of older Jewish women a lecture on Sigmund Freud....

Harriet Jacobs' Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl

In five pages this text is compared with Olaudah Equiano's novel and analyzed in terms of answering questions pertaining the audie...