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Marleen Barr is one of the people who have written some of the greatest works of literature created by black women. She particularly acknowledges Octavia E. Butler and Toni Morrison by saying that they stand to be remembered as major contributors towards the emergence of black science fiction (Thomas 105).
Halle Berry is one of the greatest black women-actresses in the world of cinematography. One of her works as an actress in the film titled X-men has been said to be the embodiment of what fits perfectly the way Frank Norris defines American novel (Thomas 105). This research was inspired by the quest of finding out more of the journey that the black women have tread in the field of art. This research will evaluate the role of gender and race and how the two have hindered artists in their various endeavors (Barr 7). It will start with the 1920s black-art movements followed by its evolution and, finally, look at black artists in the contemporary society.
“People need to imagine how it is like having the entire society aligned against you,” these were the words said by one of the greatest black women fiction writers named Butler (Barr 255). Her attitude of having the outside perspective of the whole situation made her prosper in her work. Other black women science fiction writers at the time just sought to understand the situation from the victim’s side. While they complained about their rights and how their work is undermined, Butler took the opportunity to make the world understand why people behave the way they do. She advised her fellow black women that they cannot run away from repulsion because people’s strengths hinder them from accepting other people’s differences. Barr (8) suggests that if other black women could have had exactly the same attitude, they could have had an easy trend through the field of science fiction.
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In the twentieth century this resulted in a fascination with space and space travel, and science fiction grew in popularity. Progress in fields like psychology and sociology produced also many theories about human nature, and the genre of fantasy, which rests on older myths and legends, arose to explore dimensions of the human psyche.
Her birthplace was in the Illinois. She had a divorce during her first marriage with Duke Mondy. She later married Foster Johnson. For the first time, as a black actress, she acted a non-stereotypical role. She was among the first African-American women to act such a related role associated only by the white.
Fiction, as reviewed by the Guardian, the New York Times, and other major newspapers of the English-speaking world, is as varied in tastes as it is in quality as are humans themselves. The media is apt to seize upon books that provide a human touch, that present a fresh take on the human condition in accessible language and context, and that draw upon certain historical events without becoming too 'dense' while never shaking the status quo too dangerously by endorsing fiction that presents tremendously radical ideas.
From Frankenstein’s monster we evolve with a genre of beings that are partly man and partly machine. These beings are subject to the same intelligence and information as man but have capabilities many times more than the ordinary albeit strongest man. They have the same success and failures as we do, they laugh, they cry and etc.
The story setting is in the future with Monica and David at home while Henry, her husband, is out delivering a speech about his newly created super-toy. Henry is the Managing Director of Synthank Company
Kirk, McCoy and Spock encounters some alien cultures that have flaws closely resembling those facing humanity in their every day’s life such as discrimination, and oppression among others.
Aliens are not humans hence