Comparison Essay of Memoirs of a Geisha and the Bluest Eye Memoirs of a Geisha by Aurthor Golden and The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison are two thought provoking books with a unique style of writing. Memoirs of a Geisha has a beautiful poetic grammar which captures readers imagination and brings the story to life. Morrison on the other hand uses combined voices to give varied perspectives with out resorting to authorial intrusion or preaching. Memoirs Of A Geisha and the bluest eye both contain graphic
literary characters. The women in literary works seek love. But, as they fall in love, other conflicts arise. From these conflicts, other emotions, such as pain, anger, hatred or happiness, emerge and these emotions influence their lives. In Memoirs of a Geisha, written by Arthur Golden, Sayuri’s love for the Chairman affects every aspect of her life. Every decision she makes is based around her undying love. In Jane Eyre, written by Charlotte Bronte, Jane is constantly seen making sacrifices for Rochester
rising female generation refuses to explore their personal individuality and instead caves to the pressure of society. Because of this overabundance of the West, there have been negative side effects among their mental and physical health. Like the geisha, the trend of crooked teeth, and the Lolita fashion, Japanese women must find their own originality. It is tolerable to look elsewhere for guidance into the future. However, Japan must recall their celebrated history as a protection and remembrance
typical green leaves turn once they have lost their chloroplast. The purpose of this essay is to examine BUCK a MEMOIR by MK Asante and his use of Allegories to help give the reader a visual on what it like to be a young Buck. While reading this book there are many things that are typically seen to be “good” that is often colored with a paintbrush and dipped in pain. The author Asante does his best to tell his memoir in away to reach out to the younger generation. Asante talks about remaining
and somehow move on, as myself, under the sunlight of Manhattan and the shadows created by its glorious skyscrapers. Works Cited Cofer, Judith Ortiz. "Silent Dancing." Encounters: Essays for Exploration and Inquiry. Pat C. Hoy II and Robert DiYanni. New York: McGraw-Hill. Golden, Arthur. Memoirs of a Geisha. New York: Random House. 1999. Selena. Dir. Gregory Nava. Pref. Jennifer Lopez. Becky Lee Meza. Edward James Olmos. Warren Brothers. 1997.