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Out of the Fog Came Life: A Stylistic Analysis of Dickens’s Bleak House

by Trudy A. Martinez originally posted: February 17,2011 Edited to include the Perfect Ending December 16, 2015 Out of the Fog Came Life: A Stylistic Analysis of Dickens’s Bleak House The imagery in Bleak House reveals a revelation of possibilities … Continue reading

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The Veil of Servitude

The Veil of Servitude, a comparative analysis of the treatment of woman in Victorian age literature By Trudy A. Martinez The beliefs of Evangelicals and the treatment of women in the Victorian Age echo the teachings of the Old Testament … Continue reading

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Cancelled the Thief?

Cancelled the Thief? Posted on June 21, 2006by gramatrudy Cancelled The Thief? The Negative Messages Conveyed Through Advertising By Trudy A. Martinez Preparation for another Doritos commercial begins.  Chase is about to go on.  He starts to run then suddenly, … Continue reading

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An Interpretation of History based on the Novel The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald and an essay: The fact of the force

  An Interpretation of History based on the Novel The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald and an essay: The fact of the force By Trudy A. Martinez The Beautiful and Damned, a novel written by F. Scott Fitzgerald … Continue reading

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Abandoned and Home Alone

Abandoned and Home Alone Posted on December 4, 2006by gramatrudy Abandoned and Home Alone By Trudy A. Martinez She did it again. She left, leaving me here alone again. Why? I do not understand. I’ve been good. Why does she … Continue reading

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A Comparison of Original Work to Film Version of Plath’s “The Bell Jar”

The following is an edited version of the original Posted on April 10, 2008 A Comparison of Sylvia Plath’s Original Work: The Bell Jar, Versus the Film Version: : The Bell Jar: If I am an Arrow   By Trudy A. … Continue reading

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“I Guarantee My Work”

  The following is an edited  re-posting of a true story I Posted on April 10, 2008 I am left with guaranteed memories because of it.   Guaranteed Work By Trudy A. Martinez “I am here,” a young woman announces … Continue reading

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A Moment of Remembrance: For My Mom

A Moment of Remembrance: For My Mom Originally posted January 29, 2007 (edited 7-14-2014) by gramatrudy Note from the author:  I was prompted to write the poem that follows during my grieving process.  I recall a day my mom (Nellie) … Continue reading

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Tales from Mom 2 by Trudy A. Martinez

  The Quilt Nellie Makes The very same quilt Nellie makes, now tattered and worn, that adorns her bed has a stitched piece of the flower sack that once held her secret stash of feathers. Ma shares many secret ways, … Continue reading

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