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The Role of Women in Lillian Hellman´s 'The Lit...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,3, University of Wuppertal, language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction The following paper deals with the female characters in the play 'The little foxes', written by Lillian Hellmann in 1939. In the United States the role of women in society changed drastically in the 20th century. In the past married women were homebound and dependent on their husbands, but they became active and independent in 1900. The increasing possibilities to work outside the house led to the fact that women became wage- earners. Finally, the women's attitude to life changed dramatically. In the beginning of this paper an overview of the historical background, considering the social role of women in the 20th century, is given. Afterwards, the change of the role of women will be exemplified by the female characters of Regina, Birdie and Alexandra in 'The Little Foxes'. Especially Regina and Birdie can be seen as contrastive examples because they show in an opposite way how to deal with their powerless role in the Hubbard family.

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Sutpen's white women in W. Faulkner's 'Absalom,...
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 2,7, University of Wuppertal, course: American Historical Novels, 9 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: William Faulkner's novel Absalom, Absalom! is often proclaimed to be one of his best writings no matter how hard and difficult the first glance seems to be. After I had finished Faulkner's 'masterwork' (Dimino 181), I decided at once to choose it for my term paper. For me, the novel is not a difficult one: It is demanding and gives you, as a reader, the opportunity to activate all of your background information and ideas concerning a story about the South. Of course, it is not a kind of book you can 'look through' at one day on your vacation, but it is hugely eventful that you could read it again and again without loosing interest. The more often you spend some time with Absalom, Absalom!, the more you will find out about the plot's hints and ideas. This term paper concentrates on Thomas Sutpen's three white women, namely Rosa Coldfield, Ellen Coldfield Sutpen and Judith Sutpen. To be examined are their roles in the novel, their relationship to Sutpen and their femininity or gender respectively. The interpretation of Rosa will be the largest one, because she gives the reader as a narrator more information than the other females. After a short overview of Absalom, Absalom!, I begin every analysis of the single white female characters with a short introduction of their biography and status, before I describe more detailed aspects and facets of their functions in the story. Because the novel itself is full of useful passages that have to be interpreted and questioned, I have decided to limit the secondary literature for this term paper in order to stay close to the book as much as possible. My research in the internet did not turn out to be useful for this term paper. What perhaps might be true in Absalom,

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Neuer Blick auf die Neue Typographie
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Julia Meer stellt die bisherige Rezeptionsgeschichte des »Mythos Neue Typographie« in Frage und arbeitet zugleich die frühe Professionalisierung des Grafik-Designs auf. Durch eine systematische Auswertung von Fachzeitschriften der Jahre 1900-1933 zeigt sie, dass die Neue Typographie weder neu war noch aufgrund ihrer Modernität abgelehnt wurde. Vielmehr wurde sie früh von den Fachleuten gefördert und zu einem werbewirksamen Stil weiterentwickelt. Damit ging ein Prozess einher, in dem sich einige Protagonisten der Avantgarde von Künstlern zu Designern professionalisierten. Die Studie eröffnet neue Perspektiven auf die Wirkungsweise und Verbreitungsprinzipien von Design und das Selbstverständnis von Designern. Julia Meer (Dr. phil.), Kommunikationsdesignerin, forscht im Exzellenz-Cluster »Bild Wissen Gestaltung« der Humboldt-Universität Berlin. Sie war von 2008-2014 Mitarbeiterin am Institut für Kunst- und Designwissenschaft der Bergischen Universität Wuppertal und gestaltete dort Ausstellungen und Kataloge (u.a. zu Max Burchartz und zu Mies van der Rohes »Barcelona Chair«). 2012 gab sie den Band »Women in Graphic Design 1890-2012« mit heraus. Neben der wissenschaftlichen Arbeit ist sie selbstständige Gestalterin und Herausgeberin des Magazins ff.

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Interpretation of 'Eveline'
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,0, University of Wuppertal, course: Hauptseminar James Joyce, 7 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Due to the extreme restriction to only five pages I have to keep my interpretation of 'Eveline' as part of Dubliners extremely short. Yet by choosing one of the shortest stories from Dubliners I still hope to be able to say something meaningful in this short paper. In order to do so I will focus on the character of Eveline and examine in how far she can serve as an example of the paralysis that all characters in Dubliners, and especially women characters, suffer from. Eveline may thus, as many other characters in Dubliners, be considered an example of the social case histories Joyce has gathered in this book 1 . Further 'Eveline' has many autobiographical qualities as Eveline's 'most immediate living model was Joyce's sister Margaret 2 . Yet I will concentrate on what we can learn about women in Joyce's Dublin and the way in which they are struck by paralysis. [...]

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The Role of Women in Lillian Hellman´s 'The Lit...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,3, University of Wuppertal, language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction The following paper deals with the female characters in the play 'The little foxes', written by Lillian Hellmann in 1939. In the United States the role of women in society changed drastically in the 20th century. In the past married women were homebound and dependent on their husbands, but they became active and independent in 1900. The increasing possibilities to work outside the house led to the fact that women became wage- earners. Finally, the women's attitude to life changed dramatically. In the beginning of this paper an overview of the historical background, considering the social role of women in the 20th century, is given. Afterwards, the change of the role of women will be exemplified by the female characters of Regina, Birdie and Alexandra in 'The Little Foxes'. Especially Regina and Birdie can be seen as contrastive examples because they show in an opposite way how to deal with their powerless role in the Hubbard family.

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The Role of Women in Lillian Hellman´s 'The Lit...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,3, University of Wuppertal, language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction The following paper deals with the female characters in the play 'The little foxes', written by Lillian Hellmann in 1939. In the United States the role of women in society changed drastically in the 20th century. In the past married women were homebound and dependent on their husbands, but they became active and independent in 1900. The increasing possibilities to work outside the house led to the fact that women became wage- earners. Finally, the women's attitude to life changed dramatically. In the beginning of this paper an overview of the historical background, considering the social role of women in the 20th century, is given. Afterwards, the change of the role of women will be exemplified by the female characters of Regina, Birdie and Alexandra in 'The Little Foxes'. Especially Regina and Birdie can be seen as contrastive examples because they show in an opposite way how to deal with their powerless role in the Hubbard family.

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Sutpen's white women in W. Faulkner's 'Absalom,...
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 2,7, University of Wuppertal, course: American Historical Novels, 9 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: William Faulkner's novel Absalom, Absalom! is often proclaimed to be one of his best writings no matter how hard and difficult the first glance seems to be. After I had finished Faulkner's 'masterwork' (Dimino 181), I decided at once to choose it for my term paper. For me, the novel is not a difficult one: It is demanding and gives you, as a reader, the opportunity to activate all of your background information and ideas concerning a story about the South. Of course, it is not a kind of book you can 'look through' at one day on your vacation, but it is hugely eventful that you could read it again and again without loosing interest. The more often you spend some time with Absalom, Absalom!, the more you will find out about the plot's hints and ideas. This term paper concentrates on Thomas Sutpen's three white women, namely Rosa Coldfield, Ellen Coldfield Sutpen and Judith Sutpen. To be examined are their roles in the novel, their relationship to Sutpen and their femininity or gender respectively. The interpretation of Rosa will be the largest one, because she gives the reader as a narrator more information than the other females. After a short overview of Absalom, Absalom!, I begin every analysis of the single white female characters with a short introduction of their biography and status, before I describe more detailed aspects and facets of their functions in the story. Because the novel itself is full of useful passages that have to be interpreted and questioned, I have decided to limit the secondary literature for this term paper in order to stay close to the book as much as possible. My research in the internet did not turn out to be useful for this term paper. What perhaps might be true in Absalom,

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Neuer Blick auf die Neue Typographie
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Julia Meer stellt die bisherige Rezeptionsgeschichte des »Mythos Neue Typographie« in Frage und arbeitet zugleich die frühe Professionalisierung des Grafik-Designs auf. Durch eine systematische Auswertung von Fachzeitschriften der Jahre 1900-1933 zeigt sie, dass die Neue Typographie weder neu war noch aufgrund ihrer Modernität abgelehnt wurde. Vielmehr wurde sie früh von den Fachleuten gefördert und zu einem werbewirksamen Stil weiterentwickelt. Damit ging ein Prozess einher, in dem sich einige Protagonisten der Avantgarde von Künstlern zu Designern professionalisierten. Die Studie eröffnet neue Perspektiven auf die Wirkungsweise und Verbreitungsprinzipien von Design und das Selbstverständnis von Designern. Julia Meer (Dr. phil.), Kommunikationsdesignerin, forscht im Exzellenz-Cluster »Bild Wissen Gestaltung« der Humboldt-Universität Berlin. Sie war von 2008-2014 Mitarbeiterin am Institut für Kunst- und Designwissenschaft der Bergischen Universität Wuppertal und gestaltete dort Ausstellungen und Kataloge (u.a. zu Max Burchartz und zu Mies van der Rohes »Barcelona Chair«). 2012 gab sie den Band »Women in Graphic Design 1890-2012« mit heraus. Neben der wissenschaftlichen Arbeit ist sie selbstständige Gestalterin und Herausgeberin des Magazins ff.

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The Role of Women in Lillian Hellman´s 'The Lit...
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 2,3, University of Wuppertal, language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction The following paper deals with the female characters in the play 'The little foxes', written by Lillian Hellmann in 1939. In the United States the role of women in society changed drastically in the 20th century. In the past married women were homebound and dependent on their husbands, but they became active and independent in 1900. The increasing possibilities to work outside the house led to the fact that women became wage- earners. Finally, the women's attitude to life changed dramatically. In the beginning of this paper an overview of the historical background, considering the social role of women in the 20th century, is given. Afterwards, the change of the role of women will be exemplified by the female characters of Regina, Birdie and Alexandra in 'The Little Foxes'. Especially Regina and Birdie can be seen as contrastive examples because they show in an opposite way how to deal with their powerless role in the Hubbard family.

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