Term Paper Topics
African American Literature
This paper discusses four works from the period of the Harlem Renaissance, works by African-American writers showing some of the forces spurring these writers to make the choices they make, covering "Native Son" by Richard Wright, "The Invisible Man" by Ralph Ellison, "Their Eyes Were Watching Gos" by Zora Neale Hurston, and "Passing" by Nella Larsen
African American Literature Questions
This paper answers five questions on African American literature, addressing issues raised by Nella Larsen in "Passing," Zora Neale Hurston in "Their Eyes Were Watching God," Richard Wright in "Native Son," and Ralph Ellison in "The Invisible Man," addressing issues of racial difference, sexuality in fiction, the use of irony by different authors, and so on.
African Rhythm and Mystical Power: The Poems of Luis Pales Matos
Choosing this essay topic to write my essay for me I will argue, through an exploration of these aspects of Pales Matos' work, that it was this grounding in sensual rhythm and traditional African imagery that makes him a poet with universal appeal.
Agamemnon: Variations in Homer and Aeschylus.
This undergraduate paper compares the character Agamemnon in Homer's "Iliad" with the character Agamemnon in Aeschylus' play of that name, and examines in what ways the Agamemnon of Homer is consistent with the Agamemnon of Aeschylus, and in what ways are they not consistent.
Ah Bah's Money and Non-Western Literature.
This paper according to the coursework writing service discusses three works of non-Western literature, particularly "Ah Bah's Money", "The Bondmaid" and "The Tale of Genji". It is the author's view that all three works are ironic stories of duality and betrayal on certain levels. These stories show the shattered dreams of youth. As well, these stories reveal the gender problem, as we see the crude sexism of Singapore society.