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Joyce, Faulkner, Poe, and Their Short Stories' Gender Relationships

In five pages this paper examines the gender relationships featured in 'A Rose for Emily' by William Faulkner, 'Ligeia' by Edgar A...

Poetic Works of Emily Dickinson

In five pages some of Emily Dickinson's poems that celebrate her passion for nature are examined....

A Review of the Poem As Watchers Hang Upon the East

A 4 page review and explanation of the poem by Emily Dickinson. 3 sources....

Romantic Emotion and the Differences Between Emily Dickinson and John Keats

all (Hinze PG). Dickinson is described as reclusive and shy. Although she was well educated, she is said to have often deferred ...

A Rose for Emily and the Art of Characterization

as a proper Southern lady, with the pretention of adhering to a moral code above that of the common person, but in reality, she fo...

Literature and Community

great deal of literature there is a foundation that is laid in relationship to a community. The community is a part of the setting...

A Rose for Emily and the South

had died, the reader recognizes that Emily must always live in that Old South because of her father and his demands. But, at the s...

Poe and Faulkner: Comparing Symbolism

the circumstances surrounding their creation and the manifest events of the plot differ quite dramatically. For instance, one migh...

The Imagery of Death in Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily"

extent to which she, as an unchanging artifact of her own times, is overpowered by death despite struggling against it at all poin...

"A Rose for Emily" - The Oedipal Complex

in the midst of an otherwise modern cityscape. In this manner, Emilys eventual psychological breakdown which leads to her murderin...

Allegory and Symbolism in the American Gothic Short Stories "A Rose for Emily" by William Faulkner and "Ligeia" and "The Oval Portrait" by Edgar Allan Poe

wife Virginias slow death, the narrator focuses on every detail of his wife Ligeia as she lies dying: "The pale fingers became of ...

Bullet in the Brain by Tobias Wolff

the bank while there is a line of people waiting for service, but rather than agree with a fellow human being, he is caustic and s...

Edgar Allan Poe's "Ligeia" and William Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily" Uses of Gothic Symbolism

- into a "setting conducive to unrest and fears" (Fisher 75). The narrator reveals that his grief over his wife Ligeias death pro...

"A Rose for Emily": William Faulkner's Elegy for the Old South

literary criticism entitled, The Resisting Reader: A Feminist Approach to American Fiction, Judith Fetterley described "A Rose for...

Gothic and Symbolic Elements in the Short Stories "A Rose for Emily" by William Faulker and "Ligeia" by Edgar Allan Poe

Are the descriptions of the narrator reliable or do they represent hallucinations brought on by a deteriorating mental state? In ...

Faulkner and Bambara on Communities

expensive toy store. The children are amazed, as this gives them a glimpse of another world and lifestyle that is totally alien ...

Death and Love from William Faulkner's Perspective

In five pages this essay examines Faulkner's 'Barn Burning' and 'A Rose for Emily' as they represent the themes of death and love....

Flannery O'Connor's 'A Good Man is Hard to Find' and Grandmother's Changes

that respect for a lady takes precedence over legality, common sense and ethical values. It is the sheer weight of her social stat...

"No Easy Answers"

1997). She attributes the warnings to some sort of liberal conspiracy: "I believe those Republicans who think that theres been a c...

Identity: “The Story of an Hour”

she sits she possesses "a dull stare" possessed of a gaze that "was fixed away off yonder on one of those patches of blue sky. It ...

John Updike/The Rumor

circle. It soon becomes apparent that everyone with whom Sharon and Frank come into contact know the rumor and believe it. This cr...

Jilted Women in Short Stories by Katherine Anne Porter and William Faulkner

a mother to do that. As Granny closes her eyes for "just a minute," Porter us an indication of how her life has been lived. She ha...

Nature and Poetic Views Contrasted

his moment in nature (Wakefield 354). But while the first stanza ends the implied assumption that the poet need not concern hims...

William Faulkner's 'A Rose for Emily' and Society's Views on Sexuality

with one last chance at a relationship in the form of Homer Barron, a day laborer from the North. When the community realized that...

Small Fires: Developed Perceptions with Readings

see some good in forced change such as this narrator suggests, and initiates. She simply feels impersonal and as though she is n...

Past Revived in Works by F. Scott Fitzgerald and William Faulkner

In five pages this paper discusses how the past is revived in 'Babylon Revisited' by F. Scott Fitzgerald and in 'A Rose for Emily'...

Symbols and Themes in “A Rose for Emily”

they sneak away; here the reference is to an angry and implacable god who is ready to strike down those who disobey. The second r...

Two Views of Love

he will bring the excitement back into her life. When she gives him a cutting from her prized mums to give to another woman (its a...

An Analysis of Twain's, The Story of the Bad Little Boy

This paper analyzes thematic elements of the short story, The Story of the Bad Little Boy by Mark Twain. The author compares this ...