Tag Archives: Comparitive Analysis

The Life of a Rose

by Trudy A. Martinez The Life of a Rose   The Life of a Rose The beauty of a rose is seen at its’ fullest. The beauty of a life is seen at its’ end. A pedal sings of its’ … 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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Noble Chivalry Shines

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Noble Chivalry Shines, a Comparative Analysis of The Country Wife, The Mode of Man, and The Way of the World By Trudy A. Martinez The messages in the plays, The Country Wife, The…

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A Brief Analysis of Woman as an Object in Turn of the Century Literature By Trudy A. Martinez

A Brief Analysis of Woman as an Object in Turn of the Century Literature By Trudy A. Martinez.

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Noble Chivalry Shines

Noble Chivalry Shines, a Comparative Analysis of The Country Wife, The Mode of Man, and The Way of the World By Trudy A. Martinez The messages in the plays, The Country Wife, The Mode of Man, and The Way of … Continue reading

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

A Comparison of Sylvia Plath’s Original Work Versus the Film Version of The Bell Jar: If I am an Arrow by Trudy A. Martinez In the film, The Bell Jar, the prelude imitates a young girl’s position within society; cinematic … Continue reading

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