Booker T. Washington: The Brer rabbit
Booker T. Washington lived two lives: public and private, as an accomadationist and a
revolutionary. Washington was the face of the black community between the years of 1895-1915.
Henry Atkins: Creator of a unified family.
The death of Henry Atkins is a stark surprise to the reader in Willa Cather's The Professors
House. Although surprising, Henry's death is vitally important to understanding Cather's vi
AASP Third Paper: The Interplay of Cosby and Dyson
When understanding the distinction that exists between Bill Cosby and Michael Dyson it
is important to view their theories as a continuum. The plight of todays African American lo
George Orr and Jim Casey, American dreamers.
The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck and The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula Le
Guin are ultimately classic American novels because both books toy with the idea of
dreams and the American dream.
February 15, 2011
A Response to the Myth of the Black Rapist
Understanding the plight of a minority class while growing up in privilege is on of
the hardest things for a young man or woman to wrap their head around. How is one
Is it right to follow your dreams?
The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck and The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula Le Guin are
ultimately classic American novels because both books toy with the idea of dreams and
the American dream. The contr