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Cervantes' 'Don Quixote'
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A 4 page paper which discusses the classic Spanish tale. The writer explains the author's commentary on his society and countrymen. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Donqux.wps

Cervantes' 'Don Quixote' & Shakespeare's Prospero in 'The Tempest'
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This 6 page research paper analyzes the contention that , 'Don Quixote is a failed Prospero.' Specifically discussed are the similarities and differences between Don Quixote and Prospero. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Quixpros.wps

Heremakhonon, Cane, and The Chosen Place, The Timeless People
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A 4 page paper describing the themes and narrative styles of these three novels (authors are Conde, Toomer, & Marshall). Bibliography lists the 3 books.
Filename: Caribw.wps

Sandra Cisnero's 'The House On Mango Street'
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A 5 page analysis of the book by Sandra Cisneros. The writer stresses Cisneros' use of setting, both physical and cultural, in establishing the meaning and character of this somewhat autobiographical novel of a young Chicana girl's adolescence. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Mangohs.wps

Octavio Paz's 'Labyrinth Of Solitude'
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A 6 page essay which analyzes how Paz makes use of the Mexican 'pachuco,' that is, a Mexican youth who is trying to assimilate into the U.S. culture, as a symbol for wider sociological problems facing Mexico.
Filename: Labyrin.wps

Octavio Paz's 'The Labyrinth Of Solitude' # 2
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A 6 page paper that answers the question: Why does Paz start off using the example of the pachuco, yet seems to leave it float thereafter? This paper contends that Paz demonstrates some of his major symbolic representations through his characterization of the pachuco. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Octpaz.wps

Isabel Allende's 'The House Of Spirits'
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A 5 page essay comparing and contrasting two of the main characters--Nicolas and Uncle Marcos. It describes the similarities in beliefs, interests, relationships and, ultimate, their destinies.
Filename: Houseof1.wps

Jamaica Kincaid / Anger Expressed In Her Works
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A 9 page research essay which studies Kincaid's tangible anger in light of the fact that she is imprisoned by the construct of a 'foreign' language and by constructed roles for women on her native Antigua in five works. The writer posits that her use of language eventually creates a sense of freedom from the constructed prison by the act of exploring it. Bibliography lists 7 references.
Filename: Jkincaid.wps

Jamaica Kincaid's 'The Autobiography of My Mother'
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A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the novel by Jamaica Kincaid, and considers its application in terms of identity. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Kincaid.rtf

Alvarez’ “How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accent”
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An eight page paper looking at this multicultural novel in terms of its treatment of the issues of cultural identity and assimilation. The paper asserts that when immigrants try too hard to melt into one homogenous nation, they lose those distinctive characteristics which allow them to maintain their emotional and spiritual health. Bibliography lists two sources.
Filename: KBgarcia.doc

Julia Alvarez's 'In the Time of the Butterflies'
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A 6 page paper discussing the changes the four Mirabal sisters moved through on their journey from the children of a middle-class landowner in the 1930s Dominican Republic to full-blown political activists. One sister never did participate, though she was sympathetic to the rebel cause, but the other three gave their lives and became more powerful as martyrs than they were in life. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: Alvarez.doc

Love and Language in Alvarez' 'Garcia Girls'
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A five page paper on Julia Alvarez' 'How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accent.' The paper discusses how the dual themes of love and language run through the novel, helping the immigrants come to a fuller appreciation of who they are. No additional sources.
Filename: KBgarci3.wps

RULFO AND THE BURNING PLAIN
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This 5-page paper examines two stories from Rulfo's The Burning Plain: "We Are Very Poor" and "Talpa." The paper describes how these stories illustrate the hardships experienced by the Mexican people and human condition.
Filename: MTburpla.rtf

Jean Rhys' 'Wide Sargasso Sea'
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8 pages in length. The extent to which Edward Rochester, in Jean Rhys' Wide Sargasso Sea, was like a Spanish conquistador compels the reader to imagine that the author did a considerable amount of research in order for him to convey such characteristics. History has demonstrated the Spanish conquistador as terribly cruel and heartless individual who proceeded to retrieve whatever his heart desired with an incomparable boldness and tenacity. Like his historical counterpart, Rochester exhibits many of the same inherent traits when it comes to emotional manipulation. The writer draws comparisons between Rochester and the Spanish conquistadors. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Sargasso9.wps

Jean Rhys's 'Wide Sargasso Sea' / Antoinette's Struggle With Racial Identity
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5 pages in length. In Jean Rhys's compelling novel about racial tension amidst confusion and anxiety, the author addresses this subtext in such a way as to portray Antoinette as a product of an intolerant society. While more of an underlying theme, the character's racial inner struggles in Wide Sargasso Sea represent a significance to the story's overall flavor and intensity, being that Antoinette is torn the entire time between calling herself black or white. The writer discusses who she really is, and why she is having such a difficult time coming to terms with her true identity. No additional sources cited.
Filename: TLC_Sea.doc

Gabriel Garcia Marquez's 'A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings'
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A 5 page paper detailing points of the novel 'A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings' by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Focus is placed on human nature and how Marquez presents that nature. Emphasis is also placed on how fear is involved in the treatment of the angel. It is stated that common beliefs exist despite differences in time and placement of peoples.
Filename: Angles2.wps

Gabriel Garcia Marquez's 'A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings' # 2
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4 pages in length. There are many important life lessons to be learned in A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The story tells of an angel who comes to a small, South American town masked as a broken-down, old man and describes the way the townspeople mistreat him because of his appearance and seemingly undeveloped sense of humanity. Because the people refused to look beyond the angel's tattered clothes and missing teeth, they did not allow themselves to find out the real meaning behind the old man's visit. The writer addresses several points within the story: the fearful lesson of the angel's story; how the spider woman compares with human truth; how the story teaches a lesson about life; and how human nature is represented through events and characters in the story. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: Oldwings.doc


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