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Outline for Final Paper - III Miss Jean Brodies method of...

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Jacob Sutker Peter Bailey November 21, 2006 Final Paper Outline – Insight and Instinct I. Introduction Thesis: Through manipulation, Miss Jean Brodie is able to create misleading identities which prevents the self development of Sandy and Rose. II. The furthest Miss Brodie is able to see her students is as young impressionable individuals. - Miss Jean Brodie is stubborn in her prime. She gives her Brodie children attributes and molds them in her own way but does not allow them to develop. - It is not until Sandy forces it upon her at the end of the story, when Miss Brodie realizes that Sandy has developed and also that she was no longer
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Unformatted text preview: III. Miss Jean Brodies method of teaching which she calls “leading out” is closer to “intrusion” because of her lack of flexibility when it comes to her children’s views. Because of this, her students are prevented from developing intellectually.-Instead they are molded into “one big Miss Jean Brodie” IV. As a result of Brodie’s restraint on her students they become woman of body but children of mind.-They fantasize about sexual relations as young girls and even as they develop sexually -However, their mind and views stay parallel to those taught to them by Miss Jean Brodie V. Conclusion...
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