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    Julie And Julia

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    Julie & Julia should not be considered a feminist text. Katha Pollit’s review of Julie & Julia as a feminist text is inaccurate, as the film is laced with patriarchal views and underlying sexism. Julie & Julia also fails to be inclusive of a range of women and the problems they face, and so Julie & Julia should not be called a feminist film. The textbook definition of intersectional feminism states that “Women experience oppression in varying configurations and in varying degrees of intensity.”

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    Obedience or Rebellion?

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    Shirley. “The Lottery.” Connections: Literature for Composition. Ed. Miller, Quentin and Nash, Julie. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2008. (225-32) Ovid. “Metamorphoses.” Connections: Literature for Composition. Ed. Miller, Quentin and Nash, Julie. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2008. (393-95) Updike, John. “A & P.” Connections: Literature for Composition. Ed. Miller, Quentin and Nash, Julie. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2008. (243-49)

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    Rebellion: Noble or Immature?

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    Quentin Miller and Julie. Connections: Literature for Composition. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2008. 215-224. Ovid. "Metamorphoses." Nash, Quentin Miller and Julie. Connections: Literature for Composition. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2008. 393-395. Thomas, Dylan. "Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night." Nash, Quentin Miller and Julie. Connections: Literature for Composition. New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2008. 303. Updike, John. "A&P." Nash, Quentin Miller and Julie. Connections:

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    Meryl Streep

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    the public eye through her talent in plays, Streep landed a role in an early television series in 1977 called, The Deadliest Season and in 1978, she won an emmy for Holocaust after garnering attention from a previous role in a movie, titled Julia. After Julia, however, th... ... middle of paper ... ...on. Columbia Pictures, 2009. Film. "Streep, Meryl (1949-)." Gale Student Resources in Context. UXL Biographies, 2003. Web. 7 Feb. 2011. retrieve.do?contentSet=GSRC&resultListType=RESULT_LIST&qrySerId=Locale%28en%2C%2C%29%3AFQE%3D%28ke%2C

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    The Haunting of Mind

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    else the time. She remembered, almost as if the presences told her, wanting her to remember for their sake, and for the sake of posterity. The four of them sat around the table in the kitchen of the haunted house. Rachel sat in her own chair while Julie sat in Mark's lap. Brandon remained standing, leaning against an empty chair from behind. Mark's diary was open on the table and reached around Julie's body to record his first entry. He read aloud as he wrote. "Evening One: We have experienced

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    Habits That Hinder Thinking

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    John and Julie, your two best friends, have just read an article about the death penalty. It explains the reasons why death by lethal injection is a legitimate punishment for certain crimes. As Julie reads the article, she strongly agrees with what the author has to say. “An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth,” she imagines. Without examining the ideas that are involved, she’s satisfied with everything the article says because, “It’s only fair.” John, on the other hand, is deeply offended

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    Virginia Woolf - Moving Beyond a Convoluted Memory of Her Parents Why would I start with Julia Duckworth Stephen to get to Virginia Woolf? One answer is Virginia’s often quoted statement that "we think back through our mothers if we are women" (Woolf, A Room of One’s Own). Feminism is rooted not just in a response to patriarchy but also in the history of females and their treatment of each other. Part of feminism is a reevaluation of the value of motherhood. But what does Virginia’s mother

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    Andy Warhol

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    born in 1889 in Minkova. (Bekris, 6) He was married and living with Julia Warhola, mother of Andy, for three years in Mikova. In order to avoid being drafted into the Balkan conflict in 1912 he immigrated to Pittsburgh without her at the age of seventeen to work in a coal field in the industrial district of Philadelphia. (Bekris, 7) Julia Warhola was born in a small village in the Capathian mountains outside of Czechoslovakia. Julia was the oldest and prettiest of her fifteen other siblings. She was

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    The Influences of Sor Juana and Julia de Burgos Most every human being has encountered a time in their life when he or she has felt suppressed. However, not every person has stood up against the people and forces that have kept them oppressed. It takes a truly extraordinary person to stand up for their self and to take a stand for the greater good of others. According to Clare Booth Luce: “courage is the ladder on which all the other virtues mount.” The Mexican writer, Sor Juana Ines de

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    Internet Shorthand

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    u? GUY1: co’, btw did u hear about joe GUY2: no GUY1: imho, hes crazy :) he told julia that he wanted 2 8==D her @ the mall GUY2: roflmao! :) ur right, hes crazy GUY1: 4 real GUY2: hey, I g2g, ttyl GUY1: l8r Any guess on to what is going on? Well, I’ll go ahead and give you the basic rundown on what the conversation said: Guy1 was commenting on how is friend Joe asked a girl (Julia) if they could have consensual sex together in the local mall. Guy2 found this exchange very

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