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"How I Got That Name": An Analysis of the Poem by Marilyn Chin
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A 5 page analysis of the poem by Marilyn Chin. Describes the poem as a first-person account of the immigrant experience. Suggests that the value of this work is that one can experience the variety of levels of integration which face immigrants to this country. This variety is exhibited by Chin's family members described in the poem. Contains several quotes from the poem. No additional sources are listed.
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"Peony Pavilion" & Confucianism
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A 4 page research paper that analyzes the 400 year-old Chinese opera, The Peony Pavilion, in regards to how it reflects Confucianism. Also the writer discusses the music and style of this work. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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"Peony Pavilion"/Confucianism & Daoism
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A 4 page research paper/essay that analyzes The Peony Pavilion, a 400-year-old masterpiece in the style of Chinese Kunju opera, China's oldest surviving theatrical style. Written in the late sixteenth century by Tang Xianzu (1550-1617), this work demonstrates how both Confucianism and Daoism had become intertwined in the fabric of Chinese culture. The writer discusses how the focus on issues of respect and ritual derive directly from Confucianism. Such issues are extremely significant to the male characters. The women in the opera, however, express a more Daoist view of life. Examination of this work demonstrates that both philosophies co-existed in sixteenth century Chinese culture. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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"Shogun" The Miniseries: Cultural Significance
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5 pages in length. The cultural significance of the miniseries "Shogun" as it relates to this particular period in Japanese history addresses two of the most defining elements of one's existence: power and pride. Clearly, the manner by which Richard Chamberlain's character – John Blackthorne – is involuntarily thrust into the middle of an impassioned battle between two mighty opponents demonstrates just how important omnipotent power was during feudal Japan. No additional sources cited.
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