The "Deuteronomy" chapter of Oranges departs from the
autobiographical narrative of the rest of the novel.
What is the perspective about Truth conveyed in this chapter?
How does that perspective affect the reading of the remainder of
In this ch
In The Night Listener, how does the revelation of Gabriel's tendency to
"bejewel the elephant" affect the reader's belief in Gabriel's narrative.
Specifically, at what points in the novel does a reader consider that early
The revelation of Gabriels
In Modernist literature, characters are often presented as
alienated individuals trying,without much success, to find
meaning in their fragmented and disconnected world.
In Woolf's novel, both Clarissa and Septimus represent such
How is The Hours a tribute to Woolf's novel? How is it in dialogue with the
The Hours is a tribute to Mrs. Dalloway in a way that Cunningham studies and
interprets events in Woolfs life. The depiction of Virginia Woolf in the novel shows a w
Making specific reference to the novel, how does Lorde develop
the idea of "home" throughout Zami?
I think home to Lorde does not have be be a specific place, but rather
it should be anything that make her feel safe and happy with. Home is a
symbol of a c
Winterson's novel, Oranges, contains features of post-modernist fiction,
including numerous metafictional elements such as the incorporation of
fairy tales, Biblical texts, and other literary references. Additionally, the
focus on stories in relation to t
Describe the significance of time, its measurement and
passing in Mrs. Dalloway.
There are two kinds of time used in the novel; they are external
time and internal time. Woolf, throughout her novel, emphasizes on
the notion of time and how readers should
Describe the intersections of sexuality, race, and class as Audre forms
her sense of identity in Lorde's Zami.
As a child, Lorde experienced discrimination against her and these
experiences impact her developing sense of self value. As an overweight child
Epistemology of the Closet written by Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick is considered as one of
the most groundbreaking discussions of queer theory. Sedgwicks text uses a combination of
legal, literary, and historical approaches to further explore the queerness and h
Though Gabriel comes to doubt Pete's existence, the way he sets up the
story early in the text suggests that Pete's physical reality might not be
the most important issue. Using specific examples from the novel, what
is Maupin's perspective on truth (and