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Posts tagged "American Literature Since 1865-Roosevelt"

The Yellow Wallpaper : Gilman’s Techniques for Portraying Oppression of Women

In The Yellow Wallpaper, the author uses a number of literary devices to express the political theme of feminism and the oppression of women. To achieve her goal of expressing feminist sentiment in The Yellow Wallpaper, Gilman creates a narrator who is at  →

Character Analysis of Dilsey in “The Sound of the Fury” by William Faulkner

Throughout Faulkner’s “The Sound and the Fury“, the only character who manages to survive the hard times and come out relatively unscathed at the end is Dilsey. Because of her strength and status as the only member of the Compton household  →

Gender and Social Criticism in The Awakening by Kate Chopin

Check the Literature archives for other article and essays on or related to “The Awakening” by Kate Chopin including : The Awakening by Kate Chopin : Analysis of the Process of Edna’s Awakening   •  Character Analysis of Edna in “The Awakening” and Discussion About Conflict  →