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...Austen... Theme of Education in Emma and Northanger Abbey Jane Austin is definitely one of the exceptional novelist who portrayed the life of woman and children more powerfully and successfully dragged the attention of her readers into the problems of the influence of the society in influencing her own characters. Her novels depicted her own living circumstances which she successfully portrayed in her own novel. Jane loved the life around her but she limited herself to her family circle.. She was aware of worldly happenings, the distant thunder of American and French Revolutions, the rise of Napoleon. But without mentioning the common incidents of the time she was able to drag the attention of the...
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Jane Austen
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...Austen The uniqueness of Austens novels is her ability to reveal the truth about society and human nature through her characters. The society inwhich Austen was raised held to traditional conventions that she sought to speak out against by allowing her characters to live within those conventions while at the same time demonstrating its absurdity. Austen examine that society in her novels by forcing the readers to see how things really are beneath the surface of convention. In the society in which Jane lived, the only aspiration of a young girl is to get married. So Jane Austen selects the theme of marriage in all her novels. Even Emma ends in the celebration of three marriages. Jane Austens... Jane...
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Emma by Jane Austen
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...Austen’s novel, Emma, seems like a fairly typical early nineteenth- century romance novel, but it is really much more literary thanthe modern day opinion about such romance novel often realizes. Written at a time when conduct books were all the rage, Emma may have been Austen’s version of a book of manners or she may have written the novel to parody the genre. Whatever Austen’s intention, the novel holds a great lesson in proper conduct that is still relevant today about the hazards of gossip and the danger of interfering in others’ lives. Often also overlooked is the fact that the message of the novel applies to both women and men. The persistent gossiping that occurs throughout... ?580661 Emma Jane...
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Emma by Jane Austen
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...Austen’s novel, Emma, seems like a fairly typical early nineteenth- century romance novel, but it is really much more literary thanthe modern day opinion about such romance novel often realizes. Written at a time when conduct books were all the rage, Emma may have been Austen’s version of a book of manners or she may have written the novel to parody the genre. Whatever Austen’s intention, the novel holds a great lesson in proper conduct that is still relevant today about the hazards of gossip and the danger of interfering in others’ lives. Often also overlooked is the fact that the message of the novel applies to both women and men. The persistent gossiping that occurs throughout... 580661 Emma Jane...
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Jane Austen Northanger Abbey
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...AUSTEN Order No. 256439 No. of pages: 5 Premium 6530 Jane Austen’s works are described as “little bits of ivory” on which the lavished extreme precision and control, as if working “with so fine a brush” (Cohen, Paula Marantz) “Northanger Abbey” is one of the earliest works written by Austen but it was the last to be published, just before her death in 1816. This novel is more of a parody of Gothic novels, especially of Mrs. Radcliffe’s “Mysteries of Udolpho” but here too the author infuses it with her quest to show a young woman’s faltering steps towards gaining a place in the complex society of the time. The novel traces the metamorphosis...
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Malthusian Reading of Jane Austen
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...Austen Thomas Robert Malthus was a of History and Political Economy who is best known for his outlandish philosophies and his essay on the Principle of Population in 1805 AD but he became well known for his theories in the history of population studies. It was in this essay that the development of the Malthusian Theory. In his theory, he made unique assumptions such as human beings have great potentialities to produce children, in agriculture Law of Diminishing Returns operates, human beings will need food to eat, and passion between sexes is necessary and unavoidable. While some of his theories have been proven, many have also been disproven over time. These ideas were... Malthusian Reading of Jane...
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Jane Austen and her Novels
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...Austen and her Novels Jane Austen and her Novels Literature and its significance in the modern world need no introduction. Even though there are concerns over the diminishing habits of reading among the present generation, there are many writers who are held in high esteem and whose works continue to enthrall the world. Jane Austen is one such writer, whose works are widely read, despite more than a century having passed after her death. Her works have thus stood the test of time and have enthralled generations of readers. Her themes and the innovative methods of treatment that she undertook are important reasons as to why she is considered to be one of the most important writers... in the...
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Jane Austen and her Novels
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...Austen and her Novels Jane Austen and her Novels Literature and its significance in the modern world need no introduction. Even though there are concerns over the diminishing habits of reading among the present generation, there are many writers who are held in high esteem and whose works continue to enthrall the world. Jane Austen is one such writer, whose works are widely read, despite more than a century having passed after her death. Her works have thus stood the test of time and have enthralled generations of readers. Her themes and the innovative methods of treatment that she undertook are important reasons as to why she is...
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Emma by Jane Austen
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...Austen In order to understand the character of Emma in Jane Austen's novel one hasto deeply study the novel and observe Emma's interaction, thoughts and relations with other characters of the novel. In other words this character can be better understood by the short summary of the main events which occurred with Emma during the whole novel. A rich, clever, and beautiful young woman, Emma Woodhouse was no more spoiled and self-satisfied than one would expect under such circumstances. She had just seen her friend, companion, and former governess, Miss Taylor, married to a neighboring widower, Mr. Weston. While the match was suitable in every way, Emma could not help sighing... [Supervisor Emma by Jane...
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Jane Austen: Life And Writings
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...AUSTEN: Life And Writings Introduction Art imitates life, it is said, and a work of art is often judged according to how artistically it records the vagaries and vanities, the comicality and contradictions, the angst and occasional animalism of living. This thesis will thus seek to evaluate the literary works of Jane Austen as these were creatively transposed from her own life and times. In other words, the paper will attempt to examine how Austen lived her life and how she in turn examined and assessed life in her literary works to achieve the aesthetic perspectives required of a work of art which in this case is represented by her...
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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
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...Austen published the book Pride and Prejudice during a time of immense male chauvinism in the society. The book has many characters, but the most interesting of these characters is Elizabeth Bennet. She is an attractive character with expressive eyes. She has a self assurance that developed from her critical mind. Though Elizabeth is portrayed as a lovable character, she has her unfailing, which are pride and prejudice (Austen, p. 124). In Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth’s pride in her judgemental powers causes her prejudice. She has the capability of tempering with caution and humility leading to her overcoming her prejudice against Darcy... and the temptations for future...
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Persuasion and Jane Austen Book Club
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...Austen Book Club This essay is based on Persuasion by Jane Austen and Jane Austen Book Club by Karen Joy Fowler and makes an analysis of how the story unfolds despite efforts by Lady Russell and Jocelyn in each respective book trying to control the destiny of the people they love. However there are some unplanned circumstances that lead to the situation developing differently than Lady Russell and Jocelyn anticipated given that Wentworth comes back having achieved wealth while in the case of Sylvia and Grigg, Jocelyn finds out that the later has feelings for her instead. In persuasion by Jane Austen, Lady Russell manages to convince Ann that Wentworth is not the best suitor... Persuasion and Jane...
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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen essay
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...Austen Show the Reader That Virtue Is Necessary for Happiness in Marriage? Jane Austen defines the mood of “Pride and Prejudice” from the first lines making the readers get ready for witty irony. In her times marriage had high importance because women "sold" themselves for better status in the society instead of looking for feelings. The author is challenging such a topic with an effort to attract attention to the virtues that are obligatory for achieving happiness in marriage. Comparing relationship of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet with the ones of Elizabeth and Darcy, it is evident that they are opposite. Austen shows how permanent feeling can be without foundation... Your full Your The 27 June How Does Austen...
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Pride and Prejudice and Jane Austen
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...Austen - Exploring The Role of Nineteenth Century Women In The Novel It is not too difficult to imagine the role of nineteenth century woman in Pride and Prejudice as being not much more than vessels of import for the all important male heir and objects which were bartered for. Moreover, it is clear that in Pride and Prejudice, that the women in the novel, with the exception of the reckless Lydia, were perfectly aware of their status and as a consequence, their role. This is evidenced in Chapter One of the novel "It is truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife ". Interestingly, this is the gossip... charms consist of Usually...
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Persuation(Austen) vs Silas Marner(Eliot)
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...Austens Persuasion vs. George Eliots Silas Marner Order No. 209991 MARCH 2008 Jane Austens Persuasion vs. George Eliots Silas Marner Jane Austen and George Eliot through their writings have portrayed realistic pictures of women. They made it possible for women to achieve respectability in society. The characters in Eliots novels faced situations that are parallel to those faced by women today. Austen wrote about young girls getting married. Eliot on the other hand wrote about what happens to women after marriage, especially so when women choose wrongly. They made an attempt to make people realize that women were lawful and genuine citizens. They made the men to look at women as people... Jane...
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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
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...Austen's critique on Courtship Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice is a reflection of the nature of courtship during the Victorian era; but more importantly, it is an authentically honest depiction of the triangular relationship between class, love and one' self perception. It is for this reason that Austen titled her novel Pride and Prejudice. In her pursuit of love it is Elizabeth's pride that leads her to feel prejudice; it is the prejudice inherent in the class system that provide for the tumultuous courtship between her and Mr. Darcy, as well as the catalyst to their predestined humility. The relationship between Elizabeth and...
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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
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...Austen (published in 1813) that through thecharacters created by the author tells the story of the prejudice that was common in the 19th century. As seen in the novel, the prejudice was responsible for keeping many lovers apart because of their perceived differences. The book tells of the story of characters that are often portrayed as having disproportionate pride that often hinders their interactions and the development of strong and well rounded relationships between the characters. The characters often fail to achieve the much needed balance in their perception of self and others. The protagonist in the story is Elizabeth Bennet. She... Pride and prejudice Pride and prejudice is a novel by Jane...
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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
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...Austen, the renowned novelistof yester years. The writer through this novel profoundly wants to emphasise that ‘marriage is an institution, not a relationship between only two people’. Jane Austin’s vision, in the point of view of a woman, is analyzed on the above context. The key subject of this novel is courtship and marriage. Jane Austen, the author of Pride and Prejudice, depicts and indirectly picks apart the 18th century Englands rustic society and the pride of high class through a number of peoples marriages who are in different social positions. ("Pride and Prejudice." 123HelpMe.com. 27... Pride and Prejudice Pride and Prejudice is one of the greatest ics of all times. It was written by Jane...
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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
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...Austen, the renowned novelist of yester years. The writer through this novel profoundly wants to emphasise that 'marriage is an institution, not a relationship between only two people'. Jane Austin's vision, in the point of view of a woman, is analyzed on the above context. The key subject of this novel is courtship and marriage. Jane Austen, the author of Pride and Prejudice, depicts and indirectly picks apart the 18th century England's rustic society and the pride of high class through a number of people's marriages who are in different social positions. ("Pride and Prejudice." 123HelpMe.com... Pride and Prejudice Pride and Prejudice is one of the greatest ics of all times. It was written by Jane...
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Jane Austen and the Assessment of Men
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...Austen and the Assessment of Men The first sentence in Pride and Prejudice written by Jane Austen reads “It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife” (Austin 1). This assessment of men and their needs begins the novel in such a way as to set up a thesis for the direction of the story within the novel. In the pursuit of this goal, communications is the lynchpin on how the action is progressed. Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy create a dance in which it is what they hear and how they misunderstand one another that their paradox of attraction versus revulsion is played. The developments of gender relationships are assessed... ?Client’s Jane...
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Contemporary artist, designer or filmmaker - Austen Pinkerton
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...AUSTEN PINKERTON INTRODUCTION: Contemporary art generally referred to today’s art. It included art made from the late 1960s to the present. Contemporary art was also referred to as ‘postmodern art’ because it followed after the end of modern art or the modernist period. ( It should be noted, however, that artists were in the present day, making modern art as well as art in practically all past styles or modes). The most important aspect of contemporary art was its indefinability. It could not be categorized easily into a particular medium or a specific school. With globalization, the distinctions within Art had loosened. Contemporary art practices, the vibrancy and dissonance... CONTEMPORARY ARTIST:...
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Romantic Period Writings With Special Reference to Jane Austen
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...Austen When Romanticism was first introduced into literary horizon, it was hailed as “fanciful, light, and even inconsequential’. “Romance was originally a descriptive term”, which was often used in context of European, German and other types of fiction. However, traces of Romanticism in literature can be found even in the works of Dante, Petrarch and Boccaccio. Later on, it was used to “refer to the verse epics of Tasso and Ariosto”1. Later on Romantic Era reached its zenith in the hands of great masters of Romanticism like Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Byron, Shelley. Their female counterparts like Charlotte Smith, Hannah More, Anna... ?Romantic Period Writings With Special Reference to Jane...
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A Feminist Criticism of Emma by Jane Austen
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...Austen Women are important in sustaining the society, they play essential rolesat different societal levels and therefore deserve similar rights as men do. For a long time different societies have shown biases against women always apportioning women subordinating roles to the men in the society. The rise of feminism in the modern society aims at creating a more liberal society, one that recognizes the women thereby giving them equal opportunities both in education and employment positions. The main responsibility of a woman is the sustenance of life in the society and for this. They deserve great recognition, not only support but equality to allow them to claim... A Feminist Criticism of Emma by Jane...
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A Feminist Criticism of Emma by Jane Austen
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...Austen Women are important in sustaining the society, they play essential roles at different societal levels and therefore deserve similar rights as men do. For a long time different societies have shown biases against women always apportioning women subordinating roles to the men in the society. The rise of feminism in the modern society aims at creating a more liberal society, one that recognizes the women thereby giving them equal opportunities both in education and employment positions. The main responsibility of a woman is the sustenance of life in the society and for this. They deserve great recognition, not only support but equality to allow them to claim... A Feminist Criticism of Emma by Jane...
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Critically analyse class expectation and gender in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
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...Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. It gives an outlineof different gender and class issues in the story and the effects of each theme in the story. It also gives an overview of the society of the 19th century England about gender and class and how it was beautifully portrayed by the author in her witty novel. Pride and Prejudice on Class The theme of class in Pride and Prejudice is related to the social status of the people that reflects the strictly-controlled nature of the people in the middle and upper classes in the 19th century England. Austen’s satirical portrayal of the character of Mr. Collins who spends... ?Pride and Prejudice: Analysis on Themes This paper discusses the theme of gender and in Jane...
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Compare the psychological internalization of character in Aeschylus Shakespeare, and Austen
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...Austen. She was an English novelist, famous for her free indirect speech and biting social commentary and realism. Moving on, around the world we have another famous world of literature, the Greek history. No doubt the ancient Greek civilization has been one of the most fascinating and wonderful of all the civilizations. And for this, we must be thankful to the ancient Greek writers. One of the most renowned Greek legends is Aeschylus. He was a Greek playwright and is called the father of tragedy. Hamlet by Shakespeare It is the archetypal saga of the youthful prince... The psychological internalization of character In the previous decade this world has given us extremely remarkable masterpieces of...
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Character description of Elizabeth from the novel book Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
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...Austen is a novel which deals with the story of the Bennets. The Bennet family consists of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet and their five daughters. The second daughter Elizabeth, fondly called Lizzy, is the protagonist of the novel. In the beginning of the novel she is described as being 'quick' by her father. From his remarks it is also evident that she is his favorite and he believes she is more intelligent than the other young women of her station, most of whom are silly and ignorant, in his words. More of Elizabeth's character comes to light with the arrival of a Mr.Bingely and his friend Mr.Darcy in the neighborhood. At a ball, Lizzy Bennet is insulted by Mr.Darcy, when he... Pride and prejudice by Jane...
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An example of the British class system Pride and prejudice by Jane Austen
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...Austen is inspired by the need to showcase how social class shaped or molds an individual experience and the interactions within people of diverse social classes. Class is viewed as a concept that is alien to American and the term always used to describe distinction in social classes particularly, in social, education and economic status as well as opportunities and/ or lack of such opportunities arising from the status (Cartmell 2010). A distinction between America and other... countries with respect to possession of a true class systems is the fluidity of American society relative to other nations. American have a longer history of enjoyment of significant magnitude of social mobility...
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Literature - Great Books. Emma by Jane Austen, the works of Shakespeare, Defoes Robinson Crusoe, and The Odyssey
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...Austen, the works of Shakespeare, Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe, and The Odyssey are just some of them and have been discussed within this essay. These books present true forms of human emotion because by reading them, people are able to relate to them extremely well. Emma is a book about a subject that appeals to most people – romance. Austen writes as to what she herself is fond of; a young spoiled girl meddling in other’s lives as well... 2 May Great Books A book provides a person with a sense of joy; it helps one to transport himself into a different land altogether. Over the course of time, many writers have written about the accounts of their lives as well as their imaginations and poured their heart...
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Romantic-period writings by women make us revise our sense of what we mean by radical and conservative. Discuss in relation to Jane Austen
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...Austen When Romanticism was first introduced into literary horizon, it was hailed as “fanciful, light, and even inconsequential’. “Romance was originally a descriptive term”, which was often used in context of European, German and other types of fiction. However, traces of Romanticism in literature can be found even in the works of Dante, Petrarch and Boccaccio. Later on, it was used to “refer to the verse epics of Tasso and Ariosto”1. Later on Romantic Era reached its zenith in the hands of great masters of Romanticism like Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Byron, Shelley. Their female counterparts like Charlotte Smith, Hannah More, Anna... Romantic Period Writings With Special Reference to Jane...
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'Austen is able to exploit the contrast between how things seem and how things really are through the careful presentation of
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...Austen The uniqueness of Austen's novels is her ability to reveal the truth about society and human nature through her characters. The society in which Austen was raised held to traditional conventions that she sought to speak out against by allowing her characters to live within those conventions while at the same time demonstrating its absurdity. Austen examine that society in her novels by forcing the readers to see how things really are beneath the surface of convention. In the society in which Jane lived, the only aspiration of a young girl is to get married. So Jane Austen selects the theme of...
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Response paper to pride and prejudice by jane austen
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... Response to Pride and Prejudice One of the things that struck me about the novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austin was the focus on class and social status as an important element in determining who had the right to talk with whom. It seemed amazing to me that someone would actually consider not talking with someone simply because they were not of the appropriate class. The idea that Charles Bingley was stepping outside the bounds of his wealthy society friends in order to even consider Jane Bennett was something I was slow to grasp. At the same time, the idea that he might consider breaking up with Jane based on information brought to him by these same society friends because she does... Response...
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Compare the view of class in Homer, Boccaccio, Austen
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...In book II of Homer’s Odyssey, the protagonist Odysseus is described as “thoughtful, mild, kindly” king. Also, he rules the like a “gentle father”. This description is given by Mentor, however it does not convey the whole spectrum of Odysseus’ personality. In most of the parts of the poem, Odysseus is depicted as wise, caring and gentle leader. With his calmness and cleverness, Odysseus is able to help himself and his shipmates and he escapes from the jeopardy many times. Thanks to his mild character, his crew perceived him more as a friend, than as a commander. With his kindness, Odysseus wins the total loyalty of his thankful slaves. In Homer’s poem there are moments when Odysseus... book II of...
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Bibliography Exercise
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...Austen and the theatre. New York: Hambledon and London. CHURCHYARD, H. 2004. Jane Austens art and her literary reputation. Available from: http://www.pemberley.com/janeinfo/janeart.html#austart1> GREENFIELD, S. C. 2002. The riddle of Emma: maternity and the unconscious. In: Mothering daughters: novels and politics of family romance, Frances Burney to Jane Austen. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, pp. 145-168 MILES, R. 2002. Jane Austen. Writers and their work. Tavistock: Northcote House. MONAGHAN, P. 2001. With Sex and Sensibility, scholars redefine Jane Austen. The chronicle of higher education [online]. Available from: http://chronicle.com/weekly/v47/i49/49a01001.htm... BYRNE, P. 2002. Jane Austen ...
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Compare Jane Austen's Work to Some Aspects of Her Life
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...Austen on how she used the stylistic features, themes, characteristics, plot, and politics in her own work. It also contrasts the aspects of her life. Introduction Jane Austen was a famous novelist, prominently an English author and her work was considered as canon part of Western culture. She was noted and became influential novelist in their time due to her insights on lives of women and irony. Jane was 5th born in the family of Rev... Outline Different write what they experience in their or what they think is attainable in their future livelihood. However, most of them contrast their life undertakings to what they pen down for the readers to read. This paper, therefore, explains the work of Jane...
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Compare Jane Austen's work ( themes, plots, characteristics, style, politics) to some aspects of her life
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...Austen on how she used the stylistic features, themes, characteristics, plot, and politics in her own work. It also contrasts the aspects of her life. Introduction Jane Austen was a famous novelist, prominently an English author and her work was considered as canon part of Western culture. She was noted and became influential novelist in their time due to her insights on lives of women and irony. Jane was 5th born in the family of Rev... Outline Different write what they experience in their or what they think is attainable in their future livelihood. However, most of them contrast their life undertakings to what they pen down for the readers to read. This paper, therefore, explains the work of Jane...
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Analysis a paragraph
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...Austen 131). This is not only advantageous to her daughter but also to her sisters because this would also increase their chance to marry other rich men as the marriage “must throw them in the way of other rich men” (Austen 131). Also the marriage would relieve her the duty of taking care... Teacher Close reading analysis of page 131 of Pride and Prejudice This passage from the book Pride and Prejudice was a narrative ofa mother’s delight for her daughter to marry such as a desirable young man. The marriage is beneficial not only for her daughter but also for her sisters. As Mrs. Bennet would succinctly describe the groom, “such a charming man, and so rich, and living but three miles from them”...
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Pride and Prejudice
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...Austen’s Pride and Prejudice I. Introduce thesis: By conveying her ideas and perceptions of human behavior through her novel, Jane Austen shows that men and women have different motivations for marriage in the 19th century as influenced by various factors. II. Women have the disadvantage of economic inequality. a. Society dictates that women need to marry even undesirable men in order to gain financial security. 1. “Mr. Collins… was neither sensible not agreeable… But still he would be her husband… marriage had always been her object; it was the only honorable provision for well-educated young women of small fortune” (Austen). 2. “She believes in the practicality... Research Proposal Outline on Jane...
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Jane Austen's satire in her literary works are influenced by her family, her romantic relationships, and her middle class stat
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...Austen’s satires in her literary works are influenced by her family, her romantic relationships, and her middle status in society. Life is a cluster of relationships. Every individual is a part of the family--a father, a mother, a brother, a sister, a husband, a wife, a friend or a romantic acquaintance etc. In every area, one desires to have perfect relationships, but it doesn’t always happen. Some individuals go into depressions when relationships do not work according to their choices. Some have the art of converting defeats into victories. If perfect discipline is not available, such individuals own the peculiar trait of carrying on joyously with the available... discipline! They create...
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English Literature Essay
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...Austen's novel Sense and Sensibility broaches a number of human failings with a gentle but firm admonishment. Despite the story's close adherence to acceptable social behavior, both its inception and its execution reveal a much more revolutionary nature. In order to examine these elements, this paper will examine the book first with the New Historicism analytical method and then gradually shift into a Feminist analysis, which itself incorporates such various methods as New Historicism, Marxism, and Psycho-analysis. By establishing the social influences upon the author, one can better understand her focus... in writing; by understanding the early biasness against both female authors and the...
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Austens Parody Of The Gothic Novel
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...Austen’s “Northanger Abbey” The Jane Austen’s father encouraged her to read and write extensively. Northanger Abbey was among her earliest works. The novel is a parody of the gothic novel that deals mostly on terror, and romance. In those years, the novel was popular. Gothic romances by were a prime literature escape, written by women and sold at affordable prices for women. The genre was popular for almost 50 years, which is equivalent to half a century. The novel talks about Catherine Morland who is a young girl. After the young girl reads numerous gothic books, she starts to imagine herself as one. The girl aspires to become a gothic. This paper explores... The Misplaced Gothic and Its Parody in...
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Jane Austen's Works (see instructions)
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...Austens Works March 20, Introduction English Literature includes love and marriage issues. The research delves on marriage reasons. The research delves on marrying to improve the ladies’ stature. Marrying to improve one’s status is a normal parental reaction. Society’s Standard Further, the societal rules are to blame for Mrs. Bennett’s and Mrs. Smith’s marriage. Both women entered their preferred marriages in order to conform to what society requires them to do. Society requires that women should marry in order to improve their current economic status in life. To improve their current status they had to marry someone who was rich or affluent in society. The...
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...Austen’s Lessons on Dating and Marriage in Pride and Prejudice Good Advice or Bad Advice for People in Contemporary Society? Many of Jane Austen’s book focus on love, dating and marriage, and the central relationship in Pride & Prejudice has often been portrayed as a perfect one, with many modern-day examples of people following Jane Austen’s guidelines as set out in this book (Suffredini, 279). Bearing this in mind, it can be useful to explore the ‘rules’ that Austen sets out within Pride & Prejudice for dating and marriage. These should be carefully considered as applying to either males or females, who both hold different positions in relationships during Austen’s... and Number Dear Jane: Are Jane...
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...Austen’s Lessons on Dating and Marriage in Pride and Prejudice Good Advice or Bad Advice for People in Contemporary Society? Many of Jane Austen’s book focus on love, dating and marriage, and the central relationship in Pride & Prejudice has often been portrayed as a perfect one, with many modern-day examples of people following Jane Austen’s guidelines as set out in this book (Suffredini, 279). Bearing this in mind, it can be useful to explore the ‘rules’ that Austen sets out within Pride & Prejudice for dating and marriage. These should be carefully considered as applying to either males or females, who both hold different positions in relationships during Austen’s... and Number Dear Jane: Are Jane...
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Persuasion: The Changing Social Structure
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...Austen’s work reveals a lot about the changing social and economic spheres in Britain. The novel is not only a mirror of the society that existed in Britain in that century, but also a forecast of the social change that was in the pipeline. In Persuasion, instead of a confirmation of the world being at peace the way it was with inherited wealth reigning supreme over England’s economy, we see Austen giving her readers the hint that money and power are indeed shifting away from the aristocracy and instead to the class of self-made individuals. The radicality of this social statement is easy for a modern audience to overlook and underestimate... ? “Persuasion The Changing Social Structure Admittedly,...
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Pride and prejudice: character analysis
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...Austen’s novels as rich, feminine records on pre-industrial... ?Full Number: TA: Pride and Prejudice Character Analysis: Elizabeth Bennet Elizabeth Bennet has a subtle understanding onhuman emotions and mind. She is the protagonist in one of the most popular novels in English literature, Jane Asuten’s Pride and Prejudice which was first published in 1813. The plot and the characters are based on the socio economic settings of early 19th century in a fictional town named, “Meryton” in Hertfordshire, near London. The book is loved by millions of readers around the world despite the extinct cultural values and norms which are extensively portrayed in the story (Ghent 299). In fact, historians find Jane...
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Research paper on Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice
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...Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Background and History In order to set the stage for the writing of this research paper, it is important to give a short background of the time period in which Jane Austen wrote. The novel takes place in the early 1800s when women were more like property than living, breathing beings. Women had no rights during this time which meant they could not own property or accumulate wealth. They could not work or vote, and they had to follow the social graces. They were expected to have a modicum of civility and to learn etiquette, how to dance, and how to take care of a husband. Anything that they were able to acquire would come...
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Jane Austens Sense and Sensibility
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...Austen's Sense and Sensibility: The coexistence of contrasts in human personality Sense and Sensibility (1811), the first novel by the celebrated English novelist Jane Austen, has been recognized as the prime example of the author's ability to depict her awareness of the human personality and nature through her characters. Critics through the history of English literature have been of single voice about Jane Austen's great knowledge of human nature and the effective presentation and blending of the various elements in human personality through her characters. The novel which tells the story of Elinor, Marianne, and Margaret, the daughters...
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Jane Austens Sense and Sensibility: The coexistence of contrasts in human personality
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...Austen’s Sense and Sensibility: The coexistence of contrasts in human personality Sense and Sensibility (1811), the first novel by the celebrated English novelist Jane Austen, has been recognized as the prime example of the author’s ability to depict her awareness of the human personality and nature through her characters. Critics through the history of English literature have been of single voice about Jane Austen’s great knowledge of human nature and the effective presentation and blending of the various elements in human personality through her characters. The novel which tells the story of Elinor, Marianne, and Margaret, the daughters...
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Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice
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...Austen’s Pride and Prejudice Background and History In order to set the stage for the writing of this research paper, it is important to give a short background of the time period in which Jane Austen wrote. The novel takes place in the early 1800s when women were more like property than living, breathing beings. Women had no rights during this time which meant they could not own property or accumulate wealth. They could not work or vote, and they had to follow the social graces. They were expected to have a modicum of civility and to learn etiquette, how to dance, and how to take care of a husband. Anything that they were able to acquire would come...
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