The often-adolescent urges of Kerouac's character Jack Duluoz, however, are mere episodes in the fast-paced, write-it-as-you-think-it, pre-literary notoriety phase in the life of a man who essentially founded the Beat generation.
Word of theforce-feeding leaks out, and public opinion shifts in favor of the suffragettes,now known as the "iron jawed angels." Catt seizes the moment to pressPresident Wilson into supporting the suffrage amendment, and the women arereleased from prison as he comes out in its favor in a Congressional speech.
By 1920, 35 states have ratified the amendment, but one more state is needed.
This essay will discuss the possible standards of Joe and Roy implied in the play, “Angels in America” by Tony Kushner, while discussing how they can be both valuable and questionable....
This is the second of six essays which address specific issues which have impacted the identity of women. You must search for the identities of women illustrated in the Iron Jawed Angels (Part 2) film that are related to the issues we are discussing this week. You will use specific scenes (don’t be general) from the film to illustrate the topic under discussion this week and how it represents or does not represent the way our text authors address the same topic.
Please remember – this is not a course about the film. This is a course about how women react to their roles as individuals, members of families, and members of society. The film provides the examples for analyzing the different identities of women in today’s world.
Next, select a minimum of two quotations from the textbooks (you must use BOTH texts) that relate to the question assigned and the illustration you found in the film. Quote those statements from the texts in your essay and clearly show how the statements compare with your own ideas about the topic assigned this week. You may disagree or agree with the text authors during this analysis, or some of both. COMPARE your own thinking to the thinking of our text authors. This is analysis!
"Iron Jawed Angels" is "Sex and the City meets Alice Paul".Young, hip women that fight the system and win. The movie makes these womenexciting. They deserve better than the stern, forbidding expressions they havein the history books.
"Iron Jawed Angels" is anything but a dry documentary, featuringmodern rock music and modern cinematography.
A formidable testament to the sacrifices and the blood shed for women'senfranchisement, "Iron Jawed Angels" may just embarrass people intoactually going to the polls.
Colon made us watch a movie called “Iron Jawed Angels.” It was the total opposite of what we read in the textbook and made a really great impact on me.
First, after viewing the video assigned for this week (Iron Jawed Angels, 2nd half) and reading the assignments for the week, develop your main point (thesis) in answering this question. State your thesis clearly in your opening paragraph. Then write a five hundred word essay (1.5-2 double spaced pages typed) analyzing the validity of your thesis (answer to the question). This is not a long essay – but it has very specific requirements. You do that by using something from the film as illustration of your point, by using statements from the texts that relate to your thesis and then comparing your thinking to the thinking of the text authors.