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Albert Camus’ "The Guest" / Daru’s Dilemma # 1 : This 3 page paper explores the dilemma of Daru in the Albert Camus short story, "The Guest," and questions Daru's decision to allow the Arab prisoner to choose his own destiny. No additional sources cited. Camguest.wps

Albert Camus’ "The Guest" / Daru’s Dilemma # 2 : This 3 page paper explores the dilemma of Daru in the Albert Camus short story, "The Guest," and concludes that the only resolution is to allow the Arab prisoner to choose his own destiny. No additional sources cited. Camgues2.wps

Albert Camus’ "The Guest" # 3 : A 6 page paper on the short story by Albert Camus. The paper examines the story’s plot, point of view, theme, protagonist, irony, and major symbols, as well as the influence of existentialism in this work. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Cguest.wps

Albert Camus' "The Stranger" and Existentialism : An 8 page research paper on Albert Camus's novel The Stranger. The writer details the existential themes of the novel, and relates them to the story and the text. The primary source is cited. Stranger2.wps

Albert Camus "The Stranger" / Character Of Mersault : In this 8 page essay, the writer evaluates Mersault's character and essentially describes him as a good man destroyed by a civilization which cannot bear the truths that he shows them and the absurdity of the games he will not play with them. Specific quotes and examples are used to better-illustrate points made. No other sources used. Stranger.wps

Albert Camus' "The Stranger" / The Importance Of Original Language : 3 pages in length. Assessing the importance of original language and style of Albert Camus' The Stranger is an integral component to comprehending the subtle nuances associated with the French novel. The relationship between the translation and the original text could not help but lose something in the adaptation, inasmuch as considerable ambiguity exists between the two distinct versions. The writer discusses that while the French tale holds true to Camus' literary accuracy, the English rendition counts on a significant amount of literal and implied interpretation in order for it to portray the same passionate associations that exist in the original. No additional sources cited. AlbCamus.wps

Albert Camus' "The Plague" / Death vs. Mankind :A 5 page analytical review of Albert Camus' "The Plague"-- a book detailing the universal condition of man. As described by the writer, the plague itself was meant to be an analogy for that which is hostile towards man... it represents death incarnate. An examination of its presence in Oran follows as it relates to this thesis. 1 additional source is cited. Plague.wps

Alexandre Dumas’ "The Count of Monte-Cristo" / The Hand Of God : A 5 page paper discussing the issue of playing God in Alexandre Dumas’ novel. It traces the way Dumas develops the characterization of the Count as a larger-than-life figure, and his enigmatic role as God’s agent of vengeance. Bibliography lists 4 sources, including novel. Countcri.wps

Alexandre Dumas' "Camille" : A 5 page essay on Alexandre Dumas' play. The writer details the plot and the characters. No bibliography. Camille.wps

Victor Hugo’s "Les Miserables" / Society Redeemed : A 17 page paper on the socioeconomic issues put forth by Victor Hugo in his novel. The paper discusses what role Hugo felt religion, politics, and social planning played in the reformation of society. It also deals substantially with Hugo’s role as a romantic writer, and the implications of this in his novel. No additional sources cited. Lesmis.wps

J.K. Huysmans’ "Against Nature" / Decadence and La Belle Epoch : A 6 page paper that discusses decadance and La Belle Epoch as they are demonstrated within the writings of Huysmans in "Against Nature." This paper described Huysmans process of first developing his perspectives on decadence as they relate to art and literature in late 19th century France, and then describes the effect that decadence had on La Belle Epoch, or more significantly to the novel, the effect La Belle Epoch had on the protagonist and his life. Belleepo.wps

Moliere’s "Tartuffe" / The Role of Hypocrisy : A 7 page paper looking at the characterization, construction, and most importantly, the theme of Moliere’s famous play, noting how the theme of hypocrisy is supported by the characterization and the play’s construction. Bibliography lists four sources including the play itself. Tartf.wps

Moliere's "Tartuffe" / A Socio-Political Analysis : A 6 page paper on Moliere's "Tartuffe"-- a controversial 17th century play in which the author (among other things)-- attacked a certain secret society of religious fanatics who tried to gain admittance into homes and control the personal and intimate lives of all the members of the family. The writer discusses various sociopolitical issues from the play as they relate in context to the author's own era. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Tartuffe.wps

Moliere’s "Tartuffe" And Voltaire’s "Candide" / The Role Of Women : A 10 page paper on the difference in the amount of autonomy afforded women in these two classic works of French literature. The paper observes that while we would expect sex roles in seventeenth-century Moliere to be more restrictive than in eighteenth-century Voltaire, precisely the reverse is true; a penetrating analysis postulates the reason for this. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Molivolt.wps

Moliere's "The Misanthrope" vs. Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" :
In 5 pages the writer compares and contrasts the characters of Alceste and Cecily. "Although Alceste in 'The Misanthrope' and Cecily in 'The Importance of Being Earnest' are two very different characters and two very different writers write the stories, they amazingly share common bonds. Both stories are comedy's, but for different reasons. Alceste would think that Cecily is much to frivolous, and Cecily would abhor Alceste's brutal honestly, and his lacking of a sense of humor. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Alcestes.wps

Jules Verne's "Journey to the Center of the Earth" : A 6 page report on Jules Verne's "Journey to the Center of the Earth" in which the writer analytically examines the story's reliance upon general scientific knowledge. Key characters and subplots are explored in great detail and a supporting bibliography lists 4 critical sources. Jny2cntr.wps

Jules Verne and His Ability to Write Accurately About the Future : A 4 page thesis paper on the 19th century author Jules Verne. Discussed is Verne's uncanny ability to write futuristic stories that actually turned out to be accurate predictions of what was to come. It is argued that Jules Verne's talent was actually to forecast the effects that his predicted technologies would have upon society itself. "Five Weeks in a Balloon," "Journey to the Centre of the Earth, "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea," & "Paris in the 21st Century" are among the novels cited. A supporting bibliography also lists 5 critical sources as well. Julesver.wps

Guy de Maupassant / The Shadow Of Parents In His Fiction : A 5 page paper on French writer Guy de Maupassant’s adoration of his mother and contempt for his father, and how these are reflected in two of his short stories, "Boule de Suif" and "Mademoiselle Fifi." Six sources including stories. Maupfict.wps

Guy de Maupassant’s / "Bel-Ami" / Context : A 7 page paper on this work by Guy de Maupassant, analyzing whether Bel-Ami can be defined as a ‘’naturalist novel. The writer argues that while the novel’s setting during the Belle Epoch certainly predisposed a person of Duroy’s weak moral fiber toward a life of decadence and amorality, it did not condemn him to it; he still had a choice. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Belami.wps

Guy de Maupassant’s "The Necklace" : A 4 page paper on this short story by nineteenth-century French author Guy de Maupassant. The writer looks at the different types of discoveries made by both the story’s protagonist and the reader, showing why these discoveries are not necessarily the same. Bibliography lists one source. Maup.wps

Guy de Maupassant’s "The Necklace" / Coming To Know : A 2 page essay of the classic short story, The Necklace by Guy De Maupassant on how Loisel comes to know many things in the process of losing a friend’s necklace and paying for it. No additional sources cited. Necklace.wps

Count Alexis deTocqueville & "Democracy In America" : A 9 page paper on Tocqueville's conclusions as written in Democracy in America. The writer examines Tocqueville's views and analyzes the relevance of his observations in modern America. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Tocque.wps

Alexis and Herve deTocqueville / Contrasts and Comparisons : An 11 page paper exploring the writings of father and son Alexis de Tocqueville and Herve de Tocqueville regarding the French Revolution. Bibliography lists five sources. Tocque2.wps

Peter Abelard / The Story Behind "[The] Letters of Abelard and Heloise" :
An 8 page paper discussing "Abelard and Heloise," the medieval French love story translated from Latin by Jean de Meun. Bibliography lists three additional sources. Ablehard.doc

Peter Abelard / Faith & Reason : This 12 page paper examines the conflict between faith and reason in religion. Peter Abelard’s works are examined in an analysis which concludes that both may and do coexist. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Faitreas.wps

The Story Of Abelard's Adversities : This 5 page essay explores several aspects of an excerpt from Abelard's autobiography, focusing on the character of the author with quotations to substantiate the writer's opinions. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Abelard2.wps

Voltaire’s "Candide" : Two 2 page essays on Voltaire's "Candide." Covered are his various philosophies; the ideas of God, fate and much more. No Bibliography. Candide.wps

Voltaire's "Candide"/ A Philosophical Examination : In 10 well-written pages, Voltaire's philosophy is analyzed and his attempt at depicting a Utopian society in "Candide" is assessed. The writer is extremely critical and supports all inquiries with existing research. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Candide2.wps

Voltaire's "Candide" / Rationalism v. Empiricism : This 7 page research paper explores the representation of rationalist and empirical philosophy in Voltaire's 1759 novel, Candide. Specifically, these philosophical theories are examined as depicted in the text and in the protagonists Dr. Pangloss and Martin, as well as evidence of Voltaire's personal preference. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Voltaire.wps

Voltaire’s "Candide" / Underlying Meaning : This 6 page essay focuses on the meaning behind the words in the allegory Candide. The writer discusses the meanings and ultimate outcomes of the character Candide, his cohorts, and his travels. No additional sources cited. Candmea.wps

Voltaire’s "Candide" / An Analysis Of Its Strange Ending : A 5 page essay on Voltaire’s famous novel. The paper argues that the happy ending, which critics have always found to be at odds with the social criticism of the novel, is in fact perfectly consistent, and is itself satirical. Bibliography lists two sources. Cand.wps

Voltaire’s "Candide" / Character Change In The Story’s Ending : A 5 page essay discussing the end of Voltaire’s Candide and how the characters of the story have changed to allow them each their individual "happy" endings. Bibliography lists two sources. Candide3.doc

Voltaire's "Candide" / Evil : This 5 page paper examines the struggles of Candide, which cause him to change from good to evil. Specifically discussed is how the violence which surrounds Candide impacts his behavior, and how rationalizes his actions in the name of survival. Bibliography lists 1 source. Volevil.wps

Voltaire’s "Candide" / Moral & Physical Evil : A 9 page paper on this classic French novel by Voltaire. It argues that Voltaire is satirizing his society’s concept that behind every circumstance there is a "sufficient reason" -- in short, the doctrine of a benevolent God. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Candide5.wps

Voltaire’s "Candide" / Religion : A 5 page paper analyzing Voltaire’s views on religion as expressed in this novel. The paper points out how the author satirized a number of viewpoints current in the eighteenth century, and concluded at the end that talking is vanity; religion lies in the doing. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Canrelig.wps

Voltaire’s Candide & Shelley’s Frankenstein / Representative of their Times :
A 5 page research paper that examines how each of these classic works represents the age in which they were produced--The Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution, respectively. The writer demonstrates that each author had as a motif the treatment of women by society and that the promise of improvement implied by Candide failed to materialize by the time of Mary Shelley. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Candfran.wps

Separation Of Church And State : This 5 page paper looks at the issue in America with a focus on the eighteenth century. The Enlightenment is looked at as a factor in ideology during the time period. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Churstat.wps

View Of The World And Society / The Enlightenment & Scientific Revolution :
6 pages in length. Contributions to the world during the enlightenment and scientific revolution had such far-reaching and significant social and political influence that their impacts upon life are not likely to be duplicated in the near future. Indeed, the praise for such progression during these two periods can be placed upon the enlightened thinkers of that era; without their foresight of what was in store for the future, the world and all of its societies would not benefit from such technology. The writer discusses the enlightenment and scientific revolution as they pertain to the world and society. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Scirevo.wps

Black Humor In Apollinaire & Lautreamont : A 18 page paper discussing these two pre-Surrealist writers’ use of black humor as an anti-war technique. The paper focuses on two of their works, Apollinaire’s Le Poete Assassine and Lautreamont’s Les Chants de Maldoror. It also features an extended analysis on the changing conception of the function and techniques of comedy through the ages. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Comedy.rtf

Baron de Montesquieu / "Spirit of Laws" & "Persian Letters" in Liberal Society : A 9 page research paper on Montesquieu’s contribution to liberal governments, with particular focus on the U.S. (present) and England (past). The writer makes a close reading of several of the passages in the laws which relate directly to the formation of the U.S., discrepancies between Montesquieu’s vision and the lasting effects of both. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Baronm.wps

Montesquieu’s "The Persian Letters" : A 5 page analysis of this classic novel of the seventeenth-century in which the writer demonstrates that Montesquieu’s masterpiece reflects both the ideas and beliefs of the Enlightenment and the beginnings of the scientific revolution. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Perslet.wps

Montesquieu’s "The Persian Letters" # 2 : A 5 page paper discussing the Persian Letters by Montesquieu. These letters involved many aspects of life and often these ideas and notions were directed at the differences between Persia and France. While there could not be simply one reason in particular for his letters, one of Montesquieu’s intentions was obviously to illuminate the sometimes ridiculous qualities of France in comparison to Persia. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Persia.wps

Greed / Its Role in Three Works of Literature : This 5 page paper begins with Creon’s accusation in Antigone that money is the motive for most human evils. The paper discusses whether greed actually does plays a part in Antigone, and whether it features prominently in Voltaire’s Candide or Sartre’s No Exit. The paper concludes that financial gain turned out to account for relatively few of the human evils in any of the works discussed here, fear and intolerance being responsible for many more. No additional sources are listed. Greed.wps

Gilgamesh and Candide as ‘Quest’ Novels : A 4 page paper discussing the genre of the quest novel in general, and how Gilgamesh and Voltaire’s Candide fit into it. The novel concludes that while it does feature a journey, Candide ultimately fails to pass the test of being a quest novel because Candide does not learn anything from his quest; he remains as stupid as ever. No additional sources cited. Novels.wps

"The Return Of Martin Guerre" / Old History Vs. New History : A 6 page paper discussing "The Return of Martin Guerre" by Jean de Coras and updated by Nathalie Z. Davis and "The New History and the Old: Critical Essays and Reappraisals" by Gertrude B. Himmlefarb. The writer examines the differences between positive old history and new history and briefly outlines strengths and weaknesses of both. No other additional sources cited. Marting.doc

Beaumarchais' "Figaro" : A 4 page discussion of characters (Figaro and the Count) in Beaumarchais' "Figaro." Writer examines elements that made the classic work so markedly reminiscent of the Enlightenment period. Bibliography lists 4+ sources used to validate points made in paper. Figaro.wps

Cyrano De Bergerac : A 3 page discussion of what made this protagonist a hero and why. Writer is both personal and persuasive. No Bibliography. Cryano.wps

Gustave Flaubert's "Madame Bovary" : A 7 page paper describing Madame Bovary. The writer puts forth the thesis that Madame Bovary is a "Female Quixote" due to her living in romantic illusion versus reality using analysis and passages from the novel to illustrate this. The primary source is cited. Madame.wps

Gustave Flaubert's "Madame Bovary" / Social Class : A 6 page paper that provides an overview of the elements that define social class and underscore the prevalent themes of Flaubert's work. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Mambov.rtf

Gustave Flaubert’s "Madame Bovary" / Illusion vs Reality : In 6 pages the author discusses the concepts of illusion and reality in "Madame Bovary." Emma Bovary, convent-educated and given to flights of fancy and a very bourgeois love of romantic novels, seeks the fulfillment of her fantasies, believing that such fulfillment is not only possible but right around the corner. Flaubert uses his entire bag of fiction-writing tricks to construct a masterful portrayal of an ultimately tragic and foolish woman too much in love with her illusions. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Illvsrea.wps

Gustave Flaubert's "Madame Bovary" / Significance Of The Opera : A 5 page paper on the significance of the opera "Lucie de Lammermoor" in Flaubert’s classic novel. The paper observes how "Lucie de Lammermoor" summarizes all that has gone before and foreshadows Emma’s fate. No additional sources cited. Lucemm.wps

Gustave Flaubert’s "Madame Bovary"/ Tragedy : A 4 page paper describing Madame Bovary. The writer argues the thesis that the novel is really about the tragedy of dreaming or living in a fantasy. No additional sources cited. Madbov2.wps

Gustave Flaubert’s "Madame Bovary" / Social Classes : 5 pages in length. Flaubert’s story is set in 19th Century France, a time of great class distinction. The story provides us a glimpse of characters representing each of the social classes with four individual who are striving to be come part of the bourgeoisie. The title character, Emma Bovary is obsessed with changing her social status and engages in activities she believes will lead her to happiness, instead, they leads to her destruction. Bibliography lists approximately 8 sources. Bovary19.wps

Gustave Flaubert’s "Madame Bovary"/ Illusion vs. Reality : A 4 page paper discussing the main character’s flights of fancy. It concludes that in this novel Flaubert contrasts romance with Romanticism, and shows how romance comes up short. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Bovary.wps

Gustave Flaubert’s "Bovary," Ibsen’s "Gabler," and Chopin’s "Awakening" / Study in Neuroses : A 10 page research paper on the how each of these authors treated the reasons behind the neuroses of their protagonists. The writer argues that Flaubert wanted to represent a danger to the individual (Emma) fighting social norms, Ibsen a danger to society by an aberrant individual (Hedda), and Chopin a loss to society for defining unnatural roles for women (Edna). Bibliography lists 9 sources. Cndepwmn.wps

Moliere’s "Tartuffe" & Ibsen’s "A Doll’s House" : A 4 page paper discussing the role of women in Moliere’s "Tartuffe" and Ibsen’s "A Doll’s House." In examining the personalities of the female characters we examine Nora, from "A Doll’s House," and Pernelle, from "Tartuffe." Where Nora is a weak individual who feels a need to blame others for her misfortune, Pernelle is a woman who is not necessarily liked, but is a woman who plays no games and understands herself and what she wants, or needs, out of life. No additional sources cited. Tardll.wps

Women’s Roles in "Madame Bovary" & "Mary Barton" : A 5 page paper looking at the way social influences in the nineteenth century limited women’s options by limiting their boundaries to the home. The paper shows that many women who would have loved a purely domestic life could not have it because the financial support on which they were supposed to rely -- men -- was missing or incapacitated; other women, who could have had such a life, did not want it because it was too emotionally and spiritually constricting. Bibliography lists 4 sources. KBbovary.wps

Rousseau’s "La Nouvelle Heloise" (‘Julie) : An 8 page paper that discusses Rousseau's sentimental look at the roles dictated by society for men and women according to Enlightenment views with a Rousseau twist. His focus is on the "nature" of the human male and how those needs are to be filled through the "nature" of women for the good of society as a whole. The writers argues that the antiquated views postulated by Rousseau through his novel are still being debated today. No additional sources cited. Rousjuli.wps

Jean Paul Sartre's "No Exit" : (work is also known called "Hois Clos") In this 8 page paper, the writer argues that the concept "Hell Is Other People" is the primary theme of this classic existentialist drama ("No Exit" is a one-act play by Sartre) and it is just as resonant today as it was more than fifty years ago. Sartre's existentialist philosophy is examined in great analytical detail and the paper remains most concerned with explaining precisely what Sartre meant by "No Exit" and how it applies to everyone's life. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Noexitsr.wps

No Exit by Jean Paul Sartre : It is commonly believed that the theme presented by Jean Paul Sartre in his 1944 play, No Exit was "Hell is other people". By exploring the other writings of Sartre one can begin to understand that the concept he was elucidating in the play was the exact opposite of the externalization of negative emotions. Rather, the play was another forum he chose in which to answer to the critics of the philosophy of existentialism. This 5 page paper asserts that the theme espoused by Sartre is actually the quest for freedom as defined by the individual's acceptance of oneself and the choices made throughout one's lifetime. Bibliography lists 3 sources. KTsartexit.wps

Sartre’s "No Exit" vs "The Flies" / Existentialism & Thematic Development :
A 10 page paper that provides an overview of Sartre's existential beliefs as they are related in two of his plays: No Exit and The Flies. This paper relates other works of Sartre, including Being and Nothingness, in order to investigate his ideas of existentialism. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Sartplay.wps

Jean Paul Sartre’s "La Nausee"/ Motif of Nausea : A 9 page paper examining the significance of the protagonist’s sensation of nausea throughout this book. The paper concludes that for Sartre, the nausea symbolizes his protagonist’s ultimate recognition of life’s futility. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Sartnaus.wps

Jean Paul Sartre’s "The Wall" : A 1 page summary of Sartre’s short story. It reflects Sartre’s interest in the ultimate lack of causality in life through the depiction of the "last night" of a group of prisoners condemned to die in the morning. The narrator in fact does not die, but he might as well have, because he has psychologically been absorbed into the wall separating life from death, and there is no going back. No sources. Sartrwll.wps

Visions of Hell and Utopia in Sartre, Voltaire, and More : A 5 page paper discussing whether the three condemned characters of Sartre’s play would have had a more productive life in More’s "Utopia" or Voltaire’s "Eldorado" (from "Candide"). The paper concludes that despite the fact that the most famous line from "No Exit" is Garcin’s exclamation that "Hell is other people," Hell is really in yourself, and no physical Utopian surroundings can transform it into heaven. No additional sources listed. Visions.wps

Zola's "Germinal" / A Reaction : A 3 page essay on the Emile Zola novel "Germinal." The writer details the main characters and the ideologies they represent, as well as some of the key incidents in the book. No bibliography. Zola.wps

The Development of Class Consciousness in Germinal by Emile Zola : A 6 page analysis of Emile Zola's masterpiece Germinal. The writer argues that it is the sociological aspects of this novel that make it so fascinating as Zola examines the beginnings of labor movement at the dawn of the Industrial Revolution. Quotations from the source. No additional sources cited. Germzola.wps

Zola’s "Germinal" / Conditions of Women in Nineteenth-Century French Mines : A 6 page paper looking at some of the underlying social causes for the miners’ strike described in Emile Zola’s book. The paper, which takes the form of the report of a contemporary observer, concludes that change will have to be imposed on the system from without, as it is unlikely to come from within. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Zolagerm.wps

Saint-Exupery’s "The Little Prince" / Symbolism & Theme : A 5 page paper on the classic children’s book by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. It shows how through symbolism, Saint-Exupery demonstrates the unity of responsibility and love. No additional sources cited. Lttlprin.wps

Le Sueur’s "The Girl" And The Exploration of Feminine Relationships : A 4 page essay exploring the relationship between mothers and daughters and between women in relation to the feminist movement. The story of "The Girl" by Le Soeuer is integrated into the text. No additional sources cited. Motherd.wps

John Steinbeck’s "The Grapes of Wrath" vs. Meridel Le Sueur "The Girl":
An 8 page paper on these two books by Meridel Le Sueur and John Steinbeck, respectively. The writer describes how both books prove the falseness of the American Dream by stressing collective community action over the primacy of the individual. Bibliography lists three sources. Steingg.wps

Comparing Fanon & Foucault : A 5 page research paper which examines the similarities between two great French philosophers: Frantz Fanon and Michel Foucault. The writer demonstrates, through an examination of Fanon’s "Black Skin, White Masks," and Foucault’s Madness in Civilization, that the two philosophers agreed on quite a few fundamental points concerning power and the marginalization of minority groups. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Fanonfoc.wps

The Roots of Capitalism in Shakespeare and Mandeville : A 9 page paper discussing The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare and The Fable of the Bees by Bernard de Mandeville. The paper shows how the development of capitalism has had roots in distinctly non-capitalist values. No sources except books. Venice.wps

Appearance Versus Reality In Thoreau, Coetzee, and Shakespeare : A 5 page paper discussing the fact that it is the lens of society that distorts reality, thus making the perception of truth more difficult. The paper concludes that the individual is most himself when he is apart from the roles into which society has bound him. Bibliography lists three sources used to argue these points : Thoreau’s Walden, Coetzee’s Waiting for the Barbarians, and Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure. Thoreau.wps

Baudelaire and William Morris / 19th Century European Socio-Politics :
An 11 page paper that presents the works of these two writers within the political and social context of 19th century France and England. This paper demonstrates that through the social and political issues of the day, both of these authors embraced a socialist perspective, represented within their writing. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Baudelai.wps

"Journey To The End Of The Night" By Louis-Ferdinand Celine : This 4 page report discusses the 1932 semi-autobiographical novel by Louis-Ferdinand Celine (pseudonym of Louis-Ferdinand Destouches. The main character and quite likely the first true "anti-hero" of modern literature, Bardamu, serves as Celine’s mouthpiece in descriptions of war and his travels. No additional sources cited. Celine.wps

The Story Of The Eye And The Philosophy Of Georges Bataille : A 5 page analysis of the novel by Georges Bataille The Story of the Eye, with reference to Bataille's non-fiction work L'Erostisme. The writer relates how scholars feel that this sexually explicit novel is meant to be read as an extended poem. Imagery and metaphor are discussed although the writer disagrees with Bataille's argument that eroticism is intrinsically tied to violence and death. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Storyeye.wps

Borges’ "Mutations" And "A New Refutation Of Time": Two Interpretations Of Time : A 5 page exploration of the passages in "Mutations" and "A New Refutation Of Time" and their relevance to the author’s perception of the futility of time and the finality of our destinies. No additional sources cited. Borges.wps

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