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    The coming of age story and more specifically the Bildungsroman (literally means ‘novel of formation’) has been stereotyped as a young man’s genre since the twentieth century with Goethe’s The Sorrows of Young W

    Of Gender and Genre: Building Women with the Bildungsroman

    The coming of age story and more specifically the Bildungsroman (literally means ‘novel of formation’) has been stereotyped as a young man’s genre since the twentieth century with Goethe’s The Sorrows of Young Werther. The author of the essay...

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    Coming of Age from the website Welcome to Wonderland expresses the thought that Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carrol is a coming of age story. In the beginning, Alice acts like a child. She’s cur

    Coming of Age

    Coming of Age from the website Welcome to Wonderland expresses the thought that Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carrol is a coming of age story. In the beginning, Alice acts like a child. She’s curious to a fault,...

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    In “Why Are Coming of Age Stories So Compelling?”, the author discusses their favorite coming of age stories, like The Breakfast Club and The Graduate. They assert that coming of age stories are so compelling to

    Why Is The Coming of Age Story So Compelling?

    In “Why Are Coming of Age Stories So Compelling?”, the author discusses their favorite coming of age stories, like The Breakfast Club and The Graduate. They assert that coming of age stories are so compelling to all people because...

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    The lines I chose from Othello is Act 3, Scene 3, lines 368-378. The character I played was Iago. Tone and inflection play a huge part in understanding not only the surface text and what is actually being said,

    Iago the Snake

    The lines I chose from Othello is Act 3, Scene 3, lines 368-378. The character I played was Iago. Tone and inflection play a huge part in understanding not only the surface text and what is actually being said,...

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  • Katie: I think you make some great points in this essay. My only comment is to expand your ideas and be more detailed. Also, I would love to read the sources you used in your writing. I’m looking forward to reading more of your writing!

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