The List - Thesis Statement Is the birthmark and the hatred...

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Michael Chenette Professor Friese ENG 102 – 014 March 26, 2008 The Birthmark Georgiana says that “it has been so often called a charm, that I was simple enough to imagine it to be so.” about her birthmark (page 29) A “defect of beauty” says Alymer (29) The entire first paragraph on page 30 is Alymer’s description of the birthmark. Not even Alymer now hated it so much as she (34) “Remove it! remove it!--whatever be the cost--or we shall both go mad!” said Georgiana (36) “I might wish to put off this birth-mark of mortality by relinquishing mortality itself, in preference to any other mode.” Georgiana (37) The Crimson Hand (throughout)
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Unformatted text preview: Thesis Statement Is the birthmark and the hatred for it a metaphor for womens 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? 1. Fetterlys article. The feminists aspect of how the author is using the birthmark as an imperfection rather than a blemish. Why does she say this? 2. Zangers article. Between imperfections and scientific nature and why they dont mix. 3. Weinsteins article. Her input. Her understand with the comparison of Americas economy and its lifestyle to the birthmark....
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