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Ibsen & Gilman/Women's Place in Society
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A 7 page essay that contrasts and compares the narratives of Henrik Ibsen's play A Doll's House and Charlotte Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper." The writer argues that these works portray the subjugated position of women under nineteenth century patriarchy, and that a close reading of these works reveals not only that the female protagonist in each work feels compelled to rebel against the social restrictions that circumscribe their lives, but that the patriarchal framework of society serves, in general, to keep husbands and wives alienated from one another, preventing the true intimacy that is the bedrock of a successful marriage. No additional sources cited.
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Ibsen Meets Euripides (Nora and Medea)
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(5 pp). Remember some old saying that you heard as a kid: The more things change, the more they stay the same. As a kid the phrase did not make a lot of sense, and by the time you were an adult, you did not want it to be true, let alone make sense. There is that same thread of commonality in both of the female "heroes," in this discussion: society has determined what their roles are and how long they are to enact them. Enter Nora and Medea, who both prove to have minds of their own. Bibliography lists 2 sources)
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Identifying Coping Strategies In Female Inmates With A History Of Domestic Violence
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11 pages in length. One might readily surmise that female inmates with a history of domestic violence have a significantly more difficult time coping within the prison setting than their convict counterparts due to the patriarchal oppressive structure they have typically experienced. In order to meet the needs of this particular population women, it is important to tap into the vast psychological issues that are inherently associated with domestic violence. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
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Identity Formation for Girls
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A 3 page essay on 3 narratives. There is a bond between mothers and daughters that is typically more intense throughout the lifespan. Early in life, boys differentiate themselves from identification with their mothers and turn to their fathers for an adult male role model, but a daughter's focus remains with her mother and the maternal bond never slackens but tends to intensify. Therefore, the processes involved in identity formation for girls are intimately connected to their relationships with their mothers. This factor is evident in three contemporary perspectives, which present narratives of female identity formation. In particular, in Isabel Allende's short story, "Wicked Girl," Louise Erdich's novel The Antelope Wife, and in the film "Real Women Have Curves," the narrative focuses on how differences between the generations complicate this process in young girls/women. No additional sources cited.
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