Birthmark Intro - of the critics and what they believe the birthmark represents in the hopes that we too can come to a conclusion Outline 1

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Chenette Michael Chenette Professor Friese ENG 102 – 014 March 28, 2008 The Birthmark Is the birthmark and the hatred for it a metaphor for women’s imperfections? or is it a symbol of hatred that, when removed, can arouse problems? Perhaps it is a metaphor for the consequences of scientific mortality on nature? Many critics associate some sort of negative connotation to the birthmark, from the treatment of women, to the misconstrued concept of our economy. This paper will identify the different viewpoints
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Unformatted text preview: of the critics and what they believe the birthmark represents, in the hopes that we too can come to a conclusion. Outline 1. Fetterly’s article. a. The feminists aspect of how the author is using the birthmark as an imperfection rather than a blemish. i. Why does she say this? 2. Zanger’s article. a. Between imperfections and scientific nature and why they don’t mix. 3. Weinstein’s article. 1 Chenette a. Her input on the economic status to the birthmark. 2...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course ENGL 102 taught by Professor Price during the Spring '08 term at Salisbury University.

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