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AP Literature Research
On this page, I will list all of the approved works and thesis statements by class, student, work, and date. No two students may analyze the same literary work. Once a student has an approved topic and thesis, no other student may submit a similar topic and thesis. Once approved, a thesis may not be revised, nor may a topic be changed.
George, Madison Gwendolyn Brooks "The Ballad of Rudolph Reed"
Gwendolyn Brooks was immersed in the trial and tribulations of African Americans during the Civil Rights Movement which influenced much of her work, including "The Ballad of Rudolph Reed."
Abshire, Mariah Ken Kesey One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
In One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Ken Kesey manipulates the readers into viewing women in a fearful manner due to the emasculating and dominant portrayal of female characters.
Buckman, Sarah Zora Neale Hurston Their Eyes Were Watching God In Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God, the characteristics a woman is expected to embody under a patriarchal society are presented and discredited through the life experiences of Janie Crawford.
Roberts, Rebecca Sir Edmund Spencer The Faerie Queene
In Sir Edmund Spencer's The Faerie Queene, the events and struggles of the Protestant Reformation are represented and discussed through the use of moral, historical, and "history of man" allegory.