Culture Impacts in “Anne of Green Gables” and “Les Belles Soeurs”


Add to cart
Essay #: 053061
Total text length is 5,581 characters (approximately 3.8 pages).

Excerpts from the Paper

The beginning:
Culture Impacts in "Anne of Green Gables" and "Les Belles Soeurs"
STUDENT NAME: Han,Jiangchuan(winni)
DATE: June 30 2009
Positive and negative impacts culture in L.M.Montgonery’s Anne of Green Gables and Michel Tremblay’s Les Belles Soeurs
Anne of Green Gables is a bestselling novel that describes a couple (Marilla and Matthew) that were mistakenly sent an orphan girl instead of a boy yet decided to keep her. This novel shows us how Anne growth up in Green gable and also shows us how Anne changes other people around her. At the same time, Les Belles Soeurs is based on a simple premise: Germaine Lauzon, a poor Québécoise woman, wins a million trading stamps in a lottery. To redeem them...
The end:
.....ct of a large group of people seeing themselves as second-class citizens. When people have low self-esteem, they tend to engage in activities they otherwise would not.
In the end, we understand that culture has empowering and diminishing aspects and that love for others and for oneself explains why some cultures produce strong people whilst other cultures do not.
How things were changed:
Essentially, I tried to make the paper flow better and I added in the corrections that the professor appeared to want. Additionally, there were some breaks made in the paper in the form of new paragraphs so that ideas were more carefully expressed. Finally, some changes in spelling were undertaken and quotes that were not germane to the thesis were cut out.