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    to her husband, her children, her friends, her servants, to the whole world. In the sublime dignity of her mind she despises all female obligations….” (Pauline Paul). Feminine heroes like Charlotte Corday, Claire Lacombe, Pauline Léon, Olympe de…

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    food prices, including the bread riots of February of 1792 and February of 1793. In addition to participating in violent demonstrations themselves, women played a key role in influencing male contribution to the violence in France. During a dreadful time of inflation and hunger between February and March of 1795, women encouraged men to attack the government and demand bread. Later in April and May of the same year, women supported the bread riots that broke out in Paris. Mass protests were not…

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    During the French Revolution, many significant events took place. The beheadings of King Louis XVI and his wife Marie Antoinette, along with thousands of their aristocratic followers in 1792, was a pretty significant one because it meant the end of the terrible monarchy that was ruling over France. However, the change in the arts that the Revolution brought was probably the most important of all. From 1789-late 1790s, the people had enough of their country being bankrupt, and desperately…

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    I want to attend TASS, firstly, due to the enriching and essential information about Black studies that the program provides, but also because of the life-experiences that such a program provides. This summer camp would provide me the opportunity to venture to another state like New York or Chicago (places that I have never been) and learn more about the world and myself. Additionally, since the program brings in students from across the nation, it is also an experience to meet new people and…

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    In the beginning of this semester, I remember what a nervous wreck I was and how much pressure was put on me. Attending my second semester at UNC Charlotte on academic probation was not my first intention whenever I moved to the city of Charlotte and made the new commitment of attending a four year university. Whenever I was told that I needed to attend a class two times a week so I wouldn’t be kicked out of school, I felt nothing but shame and frustration. I was certain whenever I mentioned to…

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    universities were repositories for documents but I assumed that being there are much larger, more important schools, not too far from here, that they would be stored there. It didn’t take long for those thoughts to leave. It wasn’t that Charlotte somehow had something unique and spectacular but the fact that it had varied items from throughout the history. Thinking back, most of the artifacts were on the side of insignificant but that is to be expected. Cities will just unload their old files…

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    Location- Charlotte, North Carolina Description of Area- The Charlotte Metropolitan area ranks 22nd largest in the US. Charlotte, North Carolina 's largest city and the seat of Mecklenburg County, is located in the southern part of the state near the South Carolina border. Charlotte is also home of the NFL Carolina Panthers, and the NBA Charlotte Hornets which play at the Bank of America Stadium and the Time Warner Cable Arena. Along with hundreds of restaurants and attraction throughout the…

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    characters in literature as she breaks the mould of a typical feminine figure with her her unique insight and opinions. While the Wife of Bath herself believes she is empowering in her ideas and actions of pursuing a matriarchal society, she “empowers” herself by using sexual means to repress her husbands, physically and emotionally, hence destroying the feminist complex associated with her. Charlotte Bronte’s novel, Jane Eyre, introduces an idea of a woman making conscious lifestyle choices for…

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    addresses the reader to reassure us that she is not just blindly telling a story, but rather she is telling this story to a specific audience. As this story is about someone’s life, there is an essence of Jane telling us this story of her life in her old age, however, there is controversy around when and to whom she is telling this story to. Jane throughout the novel is confiding in the reader for why she made these decisions, which is why she is making an argument to the reader throughout the…

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    Jane Eyre is a novel whose main theme could be debated as being religion. The statement that the novel is an “anti-Christian novel” has a good basis as there are clearly anti-Christian sentiments expressed at various points in the novel primarily through the characters like Jane and Helen, Brocklehurst, and Mrs Temple. Jane herself, the protagonist within the novel, is the character that seems to hold the most anti-Christian philosophy and resentment for those who are followers of the religion.…

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