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  • Comparison Essay: Chicken Soup With Curry And Squash

    Add water if the creamy soup gets too thick; season with pepper and a little salt to taste. • Serve immediately and enjoy! Tomato, Garlic and Bell Pepper Cold Soup Calories: 80/serving Carbohydrates: 10 grams Ingredients 4 tomatoes 1/2 medium white onion 1 clove garlic Lemon juice to taste 1 cucumber 1 tablespoon virgin olive oil 1 red bell pepper 1 scallion 4 tablespoons freshly chopped cilantro 1/4 cup mango Directions • In a blender, add all the ingredients and puree; use a…

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  • Analysis Of Singapore By Mary Oliver

    Mary Oliver reveals conjectures people make about other people and other cultures in her poem, “Singapore.” Oliver shares a woman’s experience in an airport bathroom. The speaker in the poem is inwardly conflicted, and her internal thoughts displayed throughout the poem alter. At first, the poem reveals the speaker’s thoughts towards a woman working as a custodian at the airport as degrading and poignant. The speaker judgmentally feels sorry for the woman and takes pity on her. The speaker’s…

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  • The Character Connie In Joyce Carol Oates's Where Are Going Where Have You Been?

    The character Connie in Joyce Carol Oates short story “Where Are Going, Where Have You Been?” has a lot of issues. The problems Connie has with her social life, family, and the people that she talks to come to control her future which anticipates the development of her character, this correlating to her unfortunate death. The Bob Dylan song “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue,” perfectly describes her situation which was the inspiration for Oates's story. In 'Where Are You Going Where Have You Been'…

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  • Analysis Of Esther By Sylvia Plath

    everywhere by allowing others “to learn about suicidality (sic) from a study of the writings and lives of women such as Plath” (Gerisch). Thanks to Sylvia Plath and others like her, representation of women is less of a problem in today’s society. The Bell Jar, whether Plath realized it would or not, crossed many social boundaries that would continue to affect the greater good in the future. Plath’s personal testimony within the novel and her representation as a woman with mental illnesses had a…

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  • The Bell Jar By Sylvia Plath

    Sylvia Plath is known for being a feminist writer before the women’s rights movement. She wrote numerous poems and books including The Bell Jar. The story is about a women that is slowly losing her sanity and includes all of her family and friends. The time frame makes the story more intense because treatment then was very harsh against mental illness. But they didn’t know how much more damage they were actually causing. Mental illness can’t be forced out of a human but it can be helped if the…

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  • Women In The Bell Jar Esther

    “The question isn’t who’s going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me” (Ayn Rand). For many years, women have been thrown around like useless trash. They were know for only being good at household chores, keeping up with the kids, or being an typical maid. The men and society had downgraded their self worth and made them believe they didn’t have any power. The women of the mid 1900s were convinced that were weak and dependent. Women did not have the courage to be more than that. Although, it…

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  • Depression And Suicide In Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar

    Sylvia Plath’s 1963 novel “The Bell Jar”, briefs the story of an amazing, gifted poet, Esther Greenwood, whose falling apart piece by piece due to the pressure of society. Throughout the novel Esther gave many signs on how she's slowly falling apart. When working for the Ladies’ Day magazine in New York, Esther develops a mental illness. An illness that makes her unable to sleep then leads to her not being able to read and write. She then tries to commit suicide multiple times due to the lack of…

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  • Gender In The Bell Jar

    In the late nineteen-fifties, women were pressured into conforming to specific criteria which corresponded to their roles as members of the female gender. Sylvia Plath discusses such roles throughout her literary works. In Sylvia Plath’s novel The Bell Jar, she employs imagistic motifs in order to confront the issues that…

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  • Bell Jar Personification

    Sylvia Plath, knowledgeable beyond her years, had many complications with her mental health as she grew up. This poem in particular was introduced to the public through a biographical introduction of her novel “The Bell Jar”. Through the villanelle structure, Mad Girl’s Love Song uses seemingly endless repetition, dark personification, and references to mythological creatures to touch base with the complications of the human mind, the toxicity of mental illnesses and disorders, and beyond…

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  • Frida Kahlo Surrealism

    Frida Kahlo, who was born on July 6, 1907, in Coyoacan, Mexico, was a Mexican artist known for self-portraits, which had a deeper meaning. Frida Kahlo used oil, Masonite, and canvas for her self-portrait paintings. She died on July 13, 1954, in Coyoacan, Mexico, due to a pulmonary embolism. The art styles of Frida Kahlo were surrealism and realism. Surrealism is an art form when a painting has unrelated images in a very strange way. Realism is a style of painting are depicted as they are…

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