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Thoughts on Final Paper Topic

I’ve had this train of thought in the back of my mind these past few days about what Dr. Gates asked us to discuss in this post regarding our paper and research. 338 mots de plus

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Mary Robinson's Genius

Okay, how Mary Robinson argues in her A Letter to the Women of England is genius. The way that she questions that women are inferior to men due to being weaker to men is my favorite section. 338 mots de plus

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Tentative Source for Final Paper

Article: « (Fullmetal) Alchemy: The Monstrosity of Reading Words and Pictures in Shonen Manga » by Lesley-Anne Gallacha

Okay, I have this article listed as tentative because I’m uncertain it will help with my argument. 500 mots de plus

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Wollstonecraft's Published Travel Letters: To Be Literary or Not To Be

I can’t stop thinking about our class’ conversation about if Mary Wollstonecraft’s Letters Written during a Short Residence in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark could be considered « literary » or not. 462 mots de plus

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Finding the Right CFP: Why Do I Do This to Myself?

Okay, so I knew that I would have a bit of difficulty finding a related CFP for my paper idea. My idea is to analyze and explain how the prophetic calling in  377 mots de plus

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"Woman and Fame" by Hemans: Fame As Masculine (Back Then)

When I read « Woman and Fame » by Felicia Hemans, the emphasis on womanhood versus fame was hard to miss, but it was not until I read Hemans’ biography in the anthology that I realized that « fame » could be read as masculine during Hemans’ time. 507 mots de plus

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"Beachy Head:" A Lack of Understanding is Bliss

As I was reading Charlotte Smith’s « Beachy Head, » I came across a passage that puts a spin on the idea that ignorance is bliss: 362 mots de plus

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