Jackson State University
Department of English and Modern Foreign Languages
English 105 Research Paper Rubric
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“The Effects of Love”
Jackson State University
28 April 2014
The Effects of Love
Because of the memories of past hurt, your capability to give your love to someone can be challenging.
Sri Chinmony states, “You hate someone whom you really wish to love, but whom you really wish to love, but whom you cannot love. Perhaps he himself prevents you. That is a disguised form of love.” What Chinmony is saying is that there maybe someone that is the perfect person for you and who cares a great deal about you. But sometimes things happen in live that cause you to not be able to give your all and truly care for someone else because of what has happened to you.
This quote plays in the stories, “I.D.” by Joyce Carol Oates, “Adolescence II” by Rita Dove, and in “Where are you going, Where have you been?” by Joyce Carol Oates
1. With Sri Chinmony’s quote, a Deconstructionist approach must be executed to the texts to see what can be uncovered.
2. One example of Chinmony quote in the story “I. D.” by Joyce Carol Oates losing someone that you love can cause you to be sceptical about loving someone else.
a. Lisette is use to it being her and her mom
b. She has a fear of change
c. She doesn’t want to believe that her mom is dead.
3. There are several examples of Chinmony quote in the text “Adolescence II”, By Rita Dove that shows how insecurities and past experiences can affect a person’s capability to love.
d. My first example is how the mother could love Dee because Dee prevents her.
i. Dee never did like her heritage. When she did, it wasn’t the family history.
e. My second example is when Dee asks for the quilts she refuses to give it to her.
ii. Her other daughter, Maggie, would use to quits for everyday use and that want the mother want them to be use for. The mother gave the quits to Maggie because she was angry ask Dee.
4. There are several examples in Chinmony quote in the text “I.D.” by Joyce Carol Oates that show you love someone you hate.
f. My first example is when Lisette is angry with her mother.
iii. When her mother try to call Lisette didn’t answer because she was angry. However when she was scared Lisette try to call her mother. Lisette this want her mother because she is still a child.
g. My second example is when Lisette mother died.
iv. Lisette mind tell if the copse was her mother because her mind could not process that it was her mother. She still cares for her mother and try to tell the police that the copse wasn’t her.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
“Miss Brill” ……………………………… 2-3
“Happy Endings” ……………………………… 3-4
“Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” …………………… 4-5
English Research Paper
April 28, 2014