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Feminist Criticism on Erin Brockovich

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This essay talks that Feminist Criticism on Erin Brockovich the film “Erin Brokovich” portrays the true story of a gutsy, working class woman who literally fights her back from being down and out to emerge as the successful winner of the biggest class action law suit in history. …
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Feminist Criticism of Geographical Science

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"Feminist Criticism of Geographical Science" paper focuses on feminist theories that consider the crucial socioeconomic dilemmas such as “women and society”, “women and freedom”, “women and production” etc. paralleled to researches in social relations determined by gender. …
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Coupled with this, is the attraction towards the members of other sex. Literary and artistic creations, right from the ancient times, have exploited this human sensuality; but modern advertising, sans…
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Feminist Criticism on A Dolls House

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A Doll’s House occurs in the context of the 19th century’s marriage life. It uncovers the traditional marriage in its raw form by exposing the attitudes and attempts at satisfactions by the…
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A Feminist Criticism of Emma by Jane Austen

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Women are important in sustaining the society,they play essential roles at different societal levels.For a long time different societies have shown biases against women always apportioning women subordinating roles to the men in the society…
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The Contribution Of Feminist Criticism To Opera Studies

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The paper is discussing issues of women discrimination in opera as discussed in the book by Catherine Clement. The feministic work “Opera: The undoing of Women” were created at the end of 1970’s. The author strongly believes that in opera women are oppressed and men dominate over them. …
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The Stereotypical Responsibilities of Women
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The paper 'The Stereotypical Responsibilities of Women' presents the metonymy of women's domestic functions. The story depicts the “personal interior monologue” of a mother who believes that her actions and attitudes as a mother have influenced her daughter Emily's development as an individual…
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Feminist literary criticism Gullivers Travel

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Contemporary criticism is the study, evaluation and interpretation of literature. There are several theories propose by different authors to discuss methods and goals of literature. These theories vary with the subject of the discussion and pattern (Green and Kahn). …
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Stereotypical Representation of Women in a Streetcar Named Desire
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This paper "Stereotypical Representation of Women in a Streetcar Named Desire " focuses on A Streetcar Named Desire which is an intricate play by Tennessee Williams, packed with a complex set of stereotyped roles and conflicting emotions that intertwine with the characters’ lives. …
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Feminist Literature

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Feminist ideology and the feminist movement is not only pervasive but also present in society be it politics, or law, schools, and churches, the world of business people and particularly women are becoming aware of their rights and exercising them. It is thus necessary to understand what this philosophy is about and what it tries to achieve…
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A rose for emily
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A Rose for Emily: Summary and Analysis A Rose for Emily is a story narrated in five sections. The first section describes Emily Grierson’s death, and town’s attendance of her funeral at Emily’s home unvisited by strangers for over ten years. Second section takes the audience thirty years back in time when Emily resists town leaders’ another official inquiry as they attempt to detect the source of a strange smell emanating from Emily’s house…
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Feminist Analysis of TV Show 30 Rock

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Synopsis: This is a three page MLA citation style essay with two works cited on Chapter 7. The title of this Chapter is Feminist Criticism and Television By E. Ann Kaplan. In the American television show called 30 Rock, there are important characteristics of the female gender which have been subdued in a male oriented society…
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Effective Approaches to Writing, Reading, Interpreting and Understanding
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This essay declares that in any literature context, anyone writing or reading should be able to wholly understand whatever they are reading or writing for them to make sense of what the literature is all about. It is for these reasons that literary theories exist…
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Suppression of Feminist Writers among Male Dominance in Literature

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The author concludes that contemporary women writers lack the struggle of those suffered by the nineteenth-century foremothers. Attributes of male counterpart about the anxiety of influence and precursors they treat as the precursors of sisters have been seen. …
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Ophelia: The Untold Story
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Laura Mulvey, a British feminist film theorist, has said that women are used as nothing but commodities in movies (Mulvey 8). According to Mulvey, women are used in art or entertainment only to fulfill the sexual imagination and fantasy of the audience, and hence, her character usually lacks ‘meaning’ or depth (Mulvey 5)…
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Short bibliography response--hamlet
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The thesis intends to unravel the character of Ophelia, who has not really been a figure that enthuse the critics to the extent of other female literary characters although her presence could not be denied in different contexts whether in the paintings of Redon or the music of…
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Feminist theme in Pride and Prejudice

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The author of this paper "Feminist theme in Pride and Prejudice" explores the gender issues in "Pride and Prejudice". It is stated that "Pride and Prejudice" is one of the most reputable and recognized pieces of English literature. …
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Juxtaposition of Gender-Based Identities in Hamlet: A Feminist Perspective

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This paper, Juxtaposition of Gender-Based Identities in Hamlet, outlines that Shakespeare was a playwright who was immensely at ease with cross-gender casting as all his female characters were enacted by men. he introduced, to an extent, the concept of the opposite, that is a woman in man’s role.  …
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Hamlet (A Critical Analysis)

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Hamlet, the prince of Denmark is the central and most controversial character. The play revolves around Hamlet’s idea of revenge, internal introspection, indecisiveness and the…
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What is standpoint feminism
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But what is the alternative approach of the feminist standpoint? First of all, it is the location of women within research. And this is crucial to our understanding of women's place in the social world…
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Feminist Analysis As Portrayed By Kate Chopin in The Storm and The Story Of An Hour

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The paper looks at the feminist analysis as portrayed by Kate Chopin in “The Storm” and “The Story of an Hour”, the stories about the suffering imposed on women by men they love…
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The Feminist Critique and the Postmodern Challenge to Anthropology

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Name: Course: Lecturer: Date: The Feminist Critique and the Postmodern Challenge to Anthropology Feminist Critique is a term that traces its roots to the Ideal that is commonly referred to as Feminism. This critique, also known as Feminist criticism, according to Esther Lombardi is defined as a type of literal criticism, that studies and advocates for the rights of women…
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The Idea of Disordered Reasoning in Fashion Photography
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This paper "The Idea of Disordered Reasoning in Fashion Photography" discusses disordered reasoning that occurs to an observer who is unfamiliar with academic discourses on Western visual culture, and suppresses this culture as a form of censorship that works against the best interests of women…
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Do yo consider the concept of Partriarchy to be useful in the analysis of gender relations

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For almost a century, the civilised world has been rocked by a ‘cold war’ that sometimes boil over with intensity of emotions. The protagonists: the women libbers who desire liberation…
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Preventing Women from Exercising Equal Rights as Men in the Political Sphere by Olympe de Gouges
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The paper describes the French Revolution that was mainly inspired by new developments in liberal political theory that fostered new conceptions about individual rights, based upon the idea of a social contract which promised equality and freedom for all…
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English Lit

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It seems to bear two contrasting meanings within its fold; that of ‘the wild side of nature; the bohemian’ as well as that of ‘isolation and inaccessibility’. This word may be aptly used to…
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Representation of women in 'Hamlet' and 'The Rover'

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Women played a variety of active roles in both the stories its thematic center is their faithfulness. 'Hamlet' view that women are frail because their reason gives way to passion. 'The Rover', itself was of woman creation and has leading role in the play.
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Highlands and Islands literature: Literary Theory
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LITERARY THOERY AND ITS APPLICABILITY TO TOBERMORY TALES BY LORN MACINTYRE. by Presented to: Institution: Location: Date: Literary theory is a set of concepts or ideas and intellectual assumptions where the work of interpreting or explaining literary texts rest…
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Hamlet Critical Perspectives
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This paper "Hamlet Critical Perspectives" discusses Shakespeare as the greatest writer in the English language and is the basis for the works of many other famous authors. William Shakespeare wrote Hamlet in circa 1603, few works have had more critical perspectives written on them…
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Hamlet Critical Perspectives
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Jane Jones Professor Jim Smith English IV 19 May 2012 Hamlet Critical Perspectives Perhaps owing to the over four hundred years since William Shakespeare wrote Hamlet in circa 1603, few works have had more critical perspectives written on them. Of course it has also been said that Shakespeare is the greatest writer in the English language and is the basis for the works of many other famous authors, including Keats, Poe, and Longfellow and even such more modern people like Steinbeck and Bradbury…
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The film Water as a characteristic of contemporary films made for the love of cinema
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The film Water gives rise to a new wave of thought about the origin of oppression of women in India in the post colonial context, i.e, that the source of the oppression lies in the cherished ritualistic traditions of Hinduism…
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Analisis de La multitud errante de Laura Restrepo
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El narrador intenta quitar el dolor de Tres Sietes hablando de su pasado. Es sólo a través de las conversaciones cuidadosas y deliberadas que el narrador aprende más acerca de Tres Sietes y su historia. Tres Sietes está dolido por el hecho de que él quiere ver a su amor perdido, Matilde Lina, una vez más. …
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An Exploration of Feminist Methodologies in Qualitative Research that Distinguish the Pursuit of Feminine Knowledge from Traditional Approaches

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The author concludes that the emergence of feminist methodologies in qualitative research in the social sciences is distinctive in many ways from male-dominated approaches. This inclusive philosophy has generated a new definition of research to encompass the input of all members of society. …
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Applying the Literary Analysis to Ernest Hemmingway's Indian Camp
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Hemmingway's short story, "Indian Camp" was one of his best known works though it wasn't well received by the Feminist groups (Walker 1996). However, it received quite a pronounced amount of attention from the male population, possibly due to how it was relative to the male dominant role in that time era…
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Review Sarah Rutherford's (2001) article on 'sameness difference' in male and female management styles. What conclusions does she reach what contribution does
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One of the prominent developments of the twentieth century in the Western world was the rise and wide expansion of feminist world views. As a consequence of that process, many of the existing inequalities that negatively influenced women in social, economic, and cultural spheres were removed or significantly reduced…
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Toni Morrison Sula and Mahasweta Devi Breast Giver

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'Women rights' have always been a very important subject with female writers around the globe. It is interesting to see that when a female writer picks up the pen to create a story, it usually revolves around the contentious subject of women's role in the society and what it ought not to be…
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Oedipus the king
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12 December 2012. Oedipus the King: Oedipus the King also knows as Oedipus Rex is a world famous Athenian tragedy created by the ancient tragedian Sophocles. This literary analysis primarily focuses on the ironic element in context of Oedipus Rex and is written in an attempt to critically assess the nature of this element, how frequently it is used in the story to win the attention of the readers, and what impact this style leaves on the audience…
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Analysis The Yellow Paper - Charlotte Gilman
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YourLastName1 Date: THE YELLOW WALLPAPER ‘’The Yellow Wallpaper’’ a short story by feminist Charlotte Perkins Gilman basically deals with the much talked about social issue, where women are considered inferior in front of men in all ways…
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Parable of the Sower by Butler

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1. Describe androcentrism in the context of Schweikart's essay. Next, apply this concept to your own reading experience: how does Butler undermine, question, and critique the idea of androcentrism in her novel
Androcentrism refers to the nature of, conscious or not, of putting male human beings at the central view of one's thought so f the universe and the cultures including history…
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Ideological Criticism of PHAT Girlz

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The author of the paper "Ideological Criticism of “PHAT Girlz”" touches upon the film "PHAT Girlz". According to the text, PHAT Girlz is a film that seeks to depict that the ideology that defines female beauty based on a body in the western world need not necessarily be true. …
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Introduction to film 2

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Film is not only a sophisticated art but also a very powerful medium – perhaps, the most powerful today that it could either make or break society, as it could strongly influence spectators’ viewpoint, beliefs, behaviour, and even decisions with their unquestioning…
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Rewarding Evil and Punishing Good in the Society - Sula versus The Education of Little Tree
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The paper “Rewarding Evil and Punishing Good in the Society - Sula versus The Education of Little Tree” finds common ideas in these books with different plots: sometimes what society takes for good is hypocritically disguised as evil, and vice versa, good can live under the guise of evil. …
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Feminist Principles and Practices in Geography

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Since the involvement of the feminist's philosophies in Geography, it has laid down a challenge to old ways of thinking, with the exposure of women of all classes in patriarchal structures. None of the developments which involved the contribution of feminists could be ignored for they were constitutive of new ways of thinking which apart from being developmental were both political and personal, that is they involved not just planning out programmes to change social structures but also a deep commitment to changing 'oneself'…
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Critique of Feminism in American Cinema

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The essay attempts to show how and why the development of feminism in American cinema continues to be filled with bright opportunities. Although past achievements have been substantial, despite the best of intentions, the results were below what could have been achieved…
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Feminism in American Cinema

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This essay attempts to show that feminism in American cinema is full of unfulfilled promises, and that despite the best of intentions the results have been much less than what was expected and what could have been achieved. Three articles from the readings - by De Lauretis, Mayne, and Hammett - will be used to support the arguments showing that feminism in American cinema over-promised and under-delivered and that they were driven by their over-powering ambition to use masculine logic in order to change and transform gender-biased patriarchal social structures with the use of pass intellectual fads that were verbalized by a troupe of homosexual male (Foucault), Freudian (Lacan) and Marxist (…
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How Are Women Portrayed in the Dramas of Shakespeare
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In the paper “How Are Women Portrayed in the Dramas of Shakespeare?” the author provides the view of women being highly emotional from historical perspectives of gender differences. During the mid-19th century, women’s emotion was seen as lacking the power and energy…
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Femininity in Victorian Literature
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Subversion of Victorian stereotypes may have given rise to the New Woman also sought to silence her within the maddening attic of isolation and disrepute. Bertha Mason, the popular postmodern figure of Feminist criticism from Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte finds an entire counter narrative dedicated to her in Jean Rhys' postcolonial metanarrative, "Wide Sargasso Sea" - a pastiche that explores issues of gender, race and identity within the framework of deconstruction of 'White, Male Western Discourse'…
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Trifles and A Jury of Her Peers by Susan Glaspell
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“Trifles” and “A Jury of Her Peers” written by Susan Glaspell was inspired from a true incident that Susan covered in the newspaper Des Moines Daily News as a reporter. …
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The role of feminist art in 20 century

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The modern art in it present kind was generated on the boundary 1960s - 1970s. Art searches of that time can be characterized as searches of alternatives to modernism. Frequently it poured out in its denying through introduction principles opposite to modernism…
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Troubles in A Wizard of Earthsea and Life Issues
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Troubles in “A Wizard of Earthsea” and life issues Name: Institution: Course: Date: Through the use of feminist criticism, problems like pride, lack of obedience, lack of equity in society, bias and use of the father tongue and mother tongue are clearly shown in the story A Wizard of Earthsea (Le Guin)…
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