Roxane Gay Essays
"…It's like being married to two men…": A Feminist Interpretation of Roxane Gay's “The Mark of Cain” College
In Roxane Gay’s “ The Mark of Cain”, the narrator sacrifices her emotional needs to mollify her husband. She remains in the marriage even after her husband deceives her and subjects her to physical violence and emotional tribulations. The title of...
Cookie Cutters Are Quite Pricey: Ideas of Conformity in the Writings of Gay and Yoshino College
Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body
Everyone in life has experienced a moment where we feel out of place. The feeling of being unlike all others and going against the norms of society has had major impacts in the lives of everyone. For many years now, society has provided the ideal...