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Mary Condela Reading Blog #8 Misunderstood In “Daisy Miller: A Study” Henry James focuses on how one’s perception of one’s self often contradicts others’ perspective of you. And how easily a person can misrepresent themselves or be misinterpreted. … Continue reading
Mary Condela Reading Blog #7- “The Yellow Wall-paper” Rest Cure Excites Insanity The woman narrator in “The Yellow Wall-paper” has a penchant for excitability and wonder, and enjoys expressing her traits through writing. At some point she began … Continue reading
Mary Condela Reading Blog # 5 Brooding about Bartleby In Herman Melville’s Bartleby much of what we learn from the narrator in his characterization of Bartleby is ambiguous and perpetually shifting. The narrator seems to reveal more about … Continue reading
Mary Condela Reading Blog #2-CharlotteTemple Strength in Shame “Charlotte Temple” by Susanna Rowson establishes its premise on a contradictory notion. Rowson repeatedly emphasizes the weakness of women, especially regarding men. However, the point of her novel is to … Continue reading