Anyone who's followed this blog for a while knows that I love to analyze stories. I write a lot of casual analyses on this blog, looking at anything from The Hunger Games to The Phantom of the Opera to To Kill a Mockingbird. (You can find more in the Thoughts On Stories tag.)
But I also wrote a lot of formal analyses of literature during my studies for my English BA, and I'm proud of that work. So I thought today I'd create a little portfolio, sharing links to PDFs of the essays and papers I kept from my undergraduate work. Just in case someone out there has a craving for some more serious analysis. Also, to show off.
Here we go!
Harriet Ann Jacobs's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl: Morality and Privilege 6 July 2015
Classism and the Abuse of Power: Chekhov's Short Stories 16 July 2015
Berniece's Intersectional Identity: August Wilson's The Piano Lesson 21 July 2015
The Myth of Woman's Fall: Nathaniel Hawthorne's Blithedale Romance 5 October 2015
Parentification: Ernest Gaines's "The Sky is Gray" 5 November 2015
The Blinders of Pride: James Joyce's "The Dead" 5 November 2015
Shakespeare's Hamlet: A Tragedy of Masculine Dominance 15 December 2015
Deadly Ableism: Vonnegut's "Harrison Bergeron" 6 June 2016
Triumph of the Human Spirit: Orwell's Keep the Aspidistra Flying 5 July 2016
Celebrating Black Womanhood: Lucille Clifton's "won't you celebrate with me" 7 July 2016
Feminist Actualization: Geraldine McCaughrean's White Darkness 13 July 2016
Breaking Pattern: Wuthering Heights and the Generational Cycle of Abuse 18 July 2016
Utilizing YA Literature in English Education 3 October 2014
A Stable Sisterhood: The Etymology of the Word "Sister" 14 December 2015
So there you have it! My best works from my English BA. Enjoy, and I'll see you next week with a post about dealing with writer's block.
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