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Ideological Doll: The Role of Women in a Capitalist Society as Portrayed in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale

This essay takes a Marxist and feminist approach to Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and theorizes the role of women in a capitalist society.

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Nonfiction

Women's Entrapment and Liberation in Gilman's "The Yellow Wall-Paper" and Rich's "When We Dead Awaken: Writing as Revision"

This essay showcases how Gilman and Rich encouraged women to step up their game and liberate themselves from the controlling clutches of the patriarchal society using their power to write. 22 more words

Essay

Through Katniss' Eyes: Dystopian Themes in Suzanne Collins' The Hunger Games Trilogy

An analysis of Suzanne Collins’ word choice in The Hunger Games Trilogy and how with it she shaped the dystopian theme that distinguishes the novel. 13 more words

Nonfiction

Mental Disorders and Creativity

Abstract

As an English Literature student I became curious about this topic.  Does creativity really turns people insane? Am I destined to become insane because I am creative? 31 more words

Nonfiction

Submission Guidelines

The Ambassador Submission Guidelines

The Ambassador is a peer-reviewed student publication designed to gather formal undergraduate research on international topics. The Ambassador welcomes all current undergraduate students and recent graduates to submit scholarly research papers relating to international topics. 410 more words

Humboldt State University

The Science of Diets: It’s all Lies (mostly)

I’ve made no secret about it I’m not a fan of diets, like at all, but what does the scientific literature say about them? I’m not going to go on about my feelings again but check out this post on how to tell if you’re… 1,440 more words

Health And Fitness

Your guide to the different types of sources when researching

When it comes to finding resources for university assignments, you need to consider how authoritative the source is. Basically, there are three types of sources based on level of authority: scholarly, peer reviewed, and non-scholarly. 295 more words

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