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Lesbian Author Sage Sweetwater Makes Available Cliff Notes To College Students For Term Papers, Essays, and Dissertation Writing From Her Lesbian Arctic Adventure Novel Sweetwater's Run: In the Spirit of Nome's Great Race of Mercy
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Creative and intelligent women with influence have always created hostility by far more than praise. We're talking about authors Sweetwater and Erica Jong.
Erica Jong creates a different historical character of Sappho in her novel, Sappho's Leap. It is her version of a female historical heroine. Who did Sappho really love? Why did she really jump off that cliff? Jong writes not of Ovid's portrayal of Sappho, who was molded to fit the persona of a lover and artful seducer of young girls - a tragic stereotype of a victim of heterosexual heartbreak who killed herself for a man? Jong testifies that she wrote the novel to correct centuries' worth of fictions about Sappho she finds mocking and unfair.
Sage Sweetwater, like Jong, invents a Sapphic Odyssey as she steers Sweetwater's Run: In the Spirit of Nome's Great Race of Mercy with the power of the dog sled into the realms of the Arctic. Raw passion under the dim light of the seal-oil lamp demonstrate the uniqueness of the this lesbian author Sage Sweetwater.
It is said that Erica Jong's celebrity will never rest on her literary talents. and quote by Joy Connolly who teaches classics and political theory at Stanford University. "This is a book, after all, in which a friendly centaur can revive a languishing maiden with an 'arc of fire' from its 'enormous' phallus. But her effort to bring to life an ancient writer engrossed in politics, family and the creation of poetry is a relief from the relentlessly everyday sincerity of much current 'women-oriented' writing. If only she had confronted the real historical mystery of how Sappho made her way in the violent, male-dominated world of ancient Greece -- such a novel would have done justice to the remarkable woman that Sappho obviously was.
College and University students are often asked to submit book reports, essays, term papers, and dissertation writing for their assignments. For this reason, and as a qualified writer, Sage Sweetwater is making available her Cliff Notes from her research on her novel, and as professional assistance with thesis.
Copyright 11/21/2008 Ms. Sage Sweetwater, firebrand lesbian novelist