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Feminist Art : (Art & Feminism)

A 5 page essay discussing how art has evolved to capture the feminist movement and reflect its struggles. The writer is pro-feminist. Bibliography lists 3 sources w/ end notes.


Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein' / Feminism & Science

A 7 page paper discussing the significance of Dr. Frankenstein's creation of a human being without the aid of a woman. The paper concludes that Mary Shelley's tale was a reaction against what she saw as a paternalistic attempt on the part of male scientists to usurp creative power for themselves. Bibliography lists 5 additional sources.


Anti-Feminism In Five Tales

A 5 page paper that reviews Sir Gawain, Wife of Bath (Chaucer), Hamlet and Much Ado About Nothing in light of the anti-feminine treatment of its women characters. The writer argues that fear of the feminine in these tales leads to the necessity for control of the feminine. Bibliography lists four sources.


Shakespeare's Proto-Feminism In 'Antony and Cleopatra' and 'Hamlet'

A 10 page paper discussing the character of Shakespeare's women in these two plays. The paper specifically contrasts Cleopatra and Ophelia, and discusses whether the Bard was a proto-feminist. No additional sources cited.


Should Feminism Continue?

9 page analytical discussion of feminism. Writer attempts to answer the question "Now that women have achieved a level of success in the U.S., can Feminism whither away ?"--Conclusive and well-researched answer is "no." Discussed heavily is the concept of "glass ceilings" (business/management term) and the insightful works of contemporary feminist writers like Naomi Wolf. Bibliography lists 7 sources.


Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein': Feminism And Patriarchy

18 pages in length. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein is a celebration of gender, with particular emphasis upon issues of feminism and patriarchal control. Indeed, Shelley portrays the early birth of feminism; not only are her writings a solid reflection of her sentiments but so is the manner in which she reflects the female reawakening. Shelley displays her craft well and does not hesitate to apply her talent as more of a social statement than one of mere entertainment. The writer discusses the author's primary argument: that the female gender -- no matter how seemingly fragile and delicate -- was indeed just as much an emotionally strong and self-reliant individual as her socially-accepted male counterpart. Bibliography lists 7 sources.


Elizabeth Bennet's Feminism in Austen's "Pride and Prejudice"

A five page paper looking at the way Jane Austen develops Elizabeth Bennet's assertive character in this 1813 novel. The paper asserts that although Elizabeth's sphere of activity is confined by the narrow scope of her life, she manages to assert herself in the midst of her confinement, and she refuses to passively buy into life choices that would limit her individuality. Bibliography lists two choices.


Christina H. Sommers/'Who Stole Feminism?'

An 8 page summation of Christina Hoff Sommers' book, 'Who Stole Feminism?' which proposes that in the US, the feminist movement is dominated by a group of women who are intent on creating an image of American society as a 'male hegemony.' The writer offers a chapter by chapter summation. No additional sources cited.


How Feminism Explains Gender Differences In Comparison To The Mainstream Psychology

19 pages in length. The writer discusses feminism as it relates to gender differences in mainstream psychology by addressing the workplace, popular culture, gender language and pornography. Bibliography lists 15 sources.


How the Theme of Feminism is Expressed in Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Wife of Bath's Tale"

A 5 page paper which analyzes how the theme of feminism is expressed in Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Wife of Bath's Tale," by considering the literary devices of language, tone and symbolism used to convey this message. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


Isabel Allende: Feminism in the novel Eva Luna

(5 pp.) Isabel Allende's fiction, set in "an undetermined Latino country," is influenced by three literary elements: historical fiction, magical realism and feminism. In this discussion we will examine the element of feminism in her 1987 novel Eva Luna. Spanish translation also follows text. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


Christina Hoff Sommers' "The War Against Boys: How Misguided Feminism is Harming Our Young Men"

This 5 page report discusses Sommers' 2000 book that asserts that believes it is a bad time to be a boy in America. Sommers makes the points that boys are less likely to enroll in college than girls. They do their homework less often and they cheat on tests more often. They are also more likely to be disciplined in school, sent to detention, or drop out of school all together. Sommers is determined to debunk the "the myth of the fragile girl" in order to assure that boys are not penalized simply for being boys. Bibliography list only the primary source.


Moliere/Feminism & Misogyny in 2 Plays

A 5 page essay that discusses the positions taken by the seventeenth century French playwright Moliere concerning feminism in two of his plays, School for Wives and Learned Ladies. The writer argues that Moliere favored a middle path between extreme feminism and a strictly conservative upbringing, which makes him a feminist by seventeenth century standards. No additional sources cited.


Black Feminism: Overcoming the Matrix of Domination with Knowledge

A 5 page contention that there has been a paradigmatic shift in Black women's understanding of the domination which they have endured, both on the basis of their gender and on the basis of their race and socioeconomic class. The increase in knowledge among black women regarding the matrix of domination has allowed them to resist domination and indeed to work within the existing matrix in their search for equal footing. Black women have become empowered with knowledge. Bibliography lists 3 sources.


"Chicana feminism"

A paper which looks at the way in which Chicana feminism deals with the issues of gender inequality, both in Mexican culture and in society as a whole, and considers the other issues such as racial discrimination which they have had to face in their struggle to achieve equal cultural recognition in a multi-ethnic society.

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