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Willa Cather, Toni Morrison, William Shakespeare and Truth Searching

relationship to his own sense of honor and integrity. In the beginning he had no doubts about getting his stepfather alone and kil...

Relationship of Nel and Sula in Sula by Toni Morrison

and sung amidst a house that was less than perfectly organized. As we can see in this very simple beginning, a beginning that sets...

Sula by Toni Morrison and Childhood Homes

the ease and comfort of old friends. Because each had discovered that they were neither white nor male, and that all freedom and t...

Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison and Friendship

friendship: conflict between human beings. The exact manner in which Morrison reveals this conflict is an integral component to t...

True Life Stories, Literature, and Issues of Gender, Sex, and Race

end, giving us a young woman who was never able to come to terms with her race, her sexuality, or her gender. She is the character...

Abandonment Theme in Sula by Toni Morrison

extremely close friends. Nel is abandoned by her husband, Jude, when she catches him making love to Sula. This is a double loss fo...

Myth in Beloved by Toni Morrison

in her own tragedy. While Sethe is still enslaved, she is treated by Schoolteachers despicable nephews as if she were no more th...

Literary Device of Symbolism

Morrisons work because water is symbolic of Beloveds need to fulfill a basic desire, but also a thirst for freedom. Another impo...

Sula by Toni Morrison and the Relationship Between Nel and Sula

where people were loud as they danced and sung amidst a house that was less than perfectly organized. As we can see in this very s...

Two Authors View Coming of Age

all her transitions into adulthood. She feels she is special, because of her religion, and is, in many ways, without a strong p...

Comparative Analysis of Nel Wright and Sula Peace in Sula by Toni Morrison

very beginning of the book a reader understands that this will not be, in any way, a "usual" story, especially as the logic behind...

Beloved by Toni Morrison and Slavery Issues

We see that part of the past is dead, with the death of Baby Suggs who was a constant reminder of slavery and the hope inherently ...

Community in Sula by Toni Morrison

However, each contact with the white community in the town below reminds the reader of the constraints established by racial bigot...

Eight Works of Literary Fiction and the Influence of Social Position

- with particular emphasis placed upon people of the dominant white race. Slavery has constructed the interior life of African-Am...

Beloved by Toni Morrison and Protagonist Symbolism

survivor of a slave ship, which crossed the water. With this crossing of the water, vast numbers of people had their way of life c...

Margaret Street in Tar Baby by Toni Morrison

money, and she now has nothing. With this simple background in mind we note that she, at one time, wanted to explore herself an...

J.D. Salinger's Catcher in the Rye

seems only to be related to her nature as a reference point. Mr. Caulfield is never seen in the novel, and there is little inform...

Comparing the Self-Portraits of Female Artists Kathe Kollwitz, Frida Kahlo, and Paula Modersohn-Becker

been wrinkled by the hands of time. Rather than being strictly a portrait of age, however, Kollwitzs 1934 self portrait is also a...

Spirit of the Dead Watching Painting by Paul Gauguin

the Dead Watching" Despite the fact that he painted numerous tropical scenes and used the colors of the jungles and oceans of the...

Artist Chaim Gross

his artwork" (Anonymous Chaim Gross, 2002; 27.html). It was during this time, when he was a student, that "A friends comment th...

J.D. Salinger’s “Catcher in the Rye”

because Holden cannot seem to figure out how to grow up, how to become an adult he would admire and respect. He is frightened of g...

Holden, Mental Illness

mean a person who saves children from going over a precipice. As this indicates, he wants to be a "savor/ defender of the innocent...

Pietro da Cortona And Tohaku: Principles of Design

enhances the already exquisite singularity of design, playing a substantial role in bringing da Cortonas artwork alive with realit...

To Kill a Mockingbird and Franny and Zooey

the struggles of a brother and a sister as they try to uncover the meaning of life, the spiritual nature of life, and many other d...

Analysis of the Monet's Impressionist Painting "Woman with a Parasol" (Also Known as "The Stroll, Camille Monet, and Her Son Jean")

depict life as they saw it honestly and realistically, and not as an extension of deceptive social or political propaganda (Impres...

2 Dutch Masters, Leyden and Steen

earnings from his art were meager ("Seven Dutch Masters: Jan Steen"). In the popular imagination, Steen is associated with the i...

The Homemade Self

individual (Keating, 1999). People are generally selfish. They look at life from the perspective of whether or not something will ...

Work of Korean Artist Nam-Jun Paik

light-rays dance and transform as you move the magnet" that is connected to the movement on the screen of the television (Nankivel...

The Wall Art Found in the Etruscan Tombs

This 6 page paper discusses the wall paintings found in Etruscan tombs. Among those discussed are the Tomb of the Baron and the To...

Art Concepts of Kitch and Avant-Garde

also set the price tag on their works. Vast sums of public and private money have since changed hands to stock American houses and...