New York: Fawcett Columbine, 1988. 36. Print. Oppenheimer, Judy. "Chapter 7."
Beloved. New York: Penquin Books Inc., 1988. 2 Marcus, Brad. "Diamond Back." Panel discusses Toni Morrison's Beloved.
She was devastated. It is through such poems as “Daddy” that Plath expresses her feelings of malice toward her father and husband for the way that they treated her. Plath felt dominated by both her father and husband. “Daddy” describes these feelings of oppression and her battle to overcome the power imbalance. The intensity of this conflict is made extremely apparent as she uses examples that cannot be ignored.
Modern Critical Interpretations: Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre. Ed.. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers, 1987 Bronte, Charlotte. Jane Eyre. London, Penguin Books Ltd.: 1996. (Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Michael Mason).
[www.questia.com] New York: A. A. Knopf, 1994 Meyering, Sheryl L., ed. Sylvia Plath: A Reference Guide 1973-1988. Boston:G.K.Hall&Company, 1990 Plath, Sylvia. The Collected Poems.
“Paul's story is the realization of the horror of war…” (Tighe 60). The setting of the novel is in the trenches of the Western Front in France and in Germany. There are numerous cultural aspects going on within this anti-war novel. Remarque accurately portrays the culture aspects of, male roles, family relations, the economy, and historical references to life during World War I in Germany and France for the soldiers on the Western front during the last two years of Word War I between 1916 and 1918. “Erich Paul Remark, as he was known before changing his name to Erich Maria Remarque in 1920, was born on June 22, 1898, in Osnabrück, Germany”(Henningfeld 10).
Modern Critical Interpretations: Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre. Ed. Harold Bloom. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers, 1987: 29-46. "Jane Eyre."