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Comparative Study Essay: Emily Dickinson and Into The Wild - Family Institutions

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Essay for the comparative unit of Preliminary Advanced English year 11 about Emily Dickinson's poetry and Sean Penn's film Into the Wild. The prompt is about institutions, specifically regarding family.

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Film United States Christopher McCandless Hikers Into the Wild Emily Dickinson Walt McCandless Sean Penn Chris Billie McCandless
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Film United States Christopher McCandless Hikers Into the Wild Emily Dickinson Walt McCandless Sean Penn Chris Billie McCandless
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Evaluate this statement in regard to Sean Penn's Into The Wild and TWO poems by Emily Dickinson, of your choice. Families are the building blocks of society and can be representative of a snapshot of "all social evils." Both the 19th century poems of Emily Dickinson and the film Into the Wild, set in the late 20th century, directed by Sean Penn in 2007, criticise the gender roles in marriage and the downfall of the children who grow up in poorly structured family units. Dickinson and Penn critiqued society as a whole, responding to their respective contexts. Penn utilized Chris's family to extrapolate a representation of American culture at the time, depicting a modern woman and man both acting as breadwinners, yet unfortunately this was revealed to be a driving factor of con...
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