Collections of Essays 1. Overall View Utilitarianism is a philosophical view or theory about how we should evaluate a wide range of things that involve choices that people face. Among the things that can be evaluated are actions, laws, policies, character traits, and moral codes. Utilitarianism is a form of consequentialism because it rests on the idea that it is the consequences or results of actions, laws, policies, etc.
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Modern Language Quarterly Indiscreet and merciful, before casting my diary out for everyone to judge she touched it up with care.
In the tradition of Cervantes, Swift, and Austen, Parra calls attention to the boundaries between truth and fiction, sometimes transgressing them, at other times redefining them.
The following year she moved to Paris, where she published Ifigenia in book form in The critical reaction varied, but in general the novel was vehemently attacked for its negative portrayal of Venezuelan society and, more important, for the Voltairian influence many feared it would have on young ladies.
Educated in Spain and France, she spent much of her adult life writing, lecturing, and traveling in Spanish America and Europe until her death from tuberculosis at forty-seven.
Parra's work, and Ifigenia in particular, has helped shape a female Spanish American literary tradition conscious of the subversiveness of writing itself.
I argue that Ifigenia represents Parra's endeavor to "write beyond the ending," or what Rachel Blau DuPlessis defines as the "attempt by women writers to call narrative forms into question. In Subject to Change Nancy K.
Miller describes some of the problems that women's writing has faced: The attack on female plots and plausibilities assumes that women writers cannot or will not obey the rules of fiction. It also assumes that the truth devolving from veri similitude is male.
For sensibility, sensitivity, "extravagance"—so many code words for feminine in our culture that the attack is in If you would like to authenticate using a different subscribed institution that supports Shibboleth authentication or have your own login and password to Project MUSE, click 'Authenticate'.
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But Harold Schweizer, an English professor at Bucknell University, begs to differ. He is an ardent advocate of the value of waiting and has written a book titled On Waiting.
To him, waiting and delaying gratification can be regenerative and restful, as well as a time for inspiration and fresh ideas. Ulrich Daepp and Pamela Gorkin co-authored of the first edition of “Reading, Writing, and Proving” whose first edition published in To date the first edition () .