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Jane Austen Northanger Abbey

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Jane Austen’s works are described as “little bits of ivory” on which the author 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…
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Jane Austen

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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…
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Jane Austen - Early Feminist

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This paper "Jane Austen - Early Feminist?" focuses on the fact that Jane Austen has been a long-debated figure in British literature. As a female pre-Victorian writer, she presents a view of the world not typically captured in other literature. Hers was chiefly the outlook of the present tense. …
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Persuasion by Jane Austen

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This essay analyses the novel “Persuasion” by Jane Austen which was the last work completed by the writer. The whole novel covers a dozen of themes; the author broached topics such as the life of aristocracy, their prejudice, the Royal Navy, post-military times…
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Emma by Jane Austen

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In order to understand the character of Emma in Jane Austen's novel one has to deeply study the novel and observe Emma's interaction, thoughts and relations with other characters of the novel.
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Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen

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This paper "Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen" discusses the first novel by Jane Austen. However, her previous writings were Pride and Prejudice and sense and sensibility, but she did not publish them. In reference to Cassandra Austen’s, the author wrote the book between 1798 and 1799…
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Emma by Jane Austen

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Jane Austen’s novel, Emma, seems like a fairly typical early nineteenth- century romance novel, but it is really much more literary than the modern day opinion about such romance novel often realizes…
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Jane Austen and her Novels

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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…
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Malthusian Reading of Jane Austen

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This essay talks about Malthusian reading of Jane Austen. Thomas Robert Malthus was a professor 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…
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Jane Austen: Life And Writings

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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.
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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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The author of this essay "Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen" claims that Jane Austen defines the mood of “Pride and Prejudice” from the first lines making the readers get ready for witty irony. In her time's marriage had high importance because women "sold" themselves for a better status in society…
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Contemporary artist, designer or filmmaker - Austen Pinkerton

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The essay analyzes the one of the contemporary artist, Austen Pinkerton. 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…
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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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Pride and Prejudice is one of the greatest classics of all times. It was written by Jane 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'…
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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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Name Professor Course Date Pride and Prejudice Introduction Jane 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…
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Persuation(Austen) vs Silas Marner(Eliot)

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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…
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Pride and Prejudice and Jane Austen

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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…
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Persuasion and Jane Austen Book Club

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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…
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Jane Austen and the Assessment of Men

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This report "Jane Austen and the Assessment of Men" will provide an analysis of a novel "Pride and Prejudice" written by Jane Austen. A writer of this paper will describe the meaning and idea of the story by discussing particular characters and interaction between them…
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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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This dissertation discusses Jane Austen’s novel "Pride and Prejudice", that is a reflection of the nature of courtship during the Victorian era. It is an authentically honest depiction of the triangular relationship between class, love and one’ self-perception. …
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Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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Instructor: Pride and prejudice Pride and prejudice is a novel by Jane Austen (published in 1813) that through the characters 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…
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Analysis of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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This essay discusses An investigation into the Novel Pride and Prejudice, based on discussion on the rigid class system, and to expose characters' personalities/ goals by comparing them with today’s politicians. The essay considers romantic love between the hero and the heroine…
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Romantic Period Writings With Special Reference to Jane Austen

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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…
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A Feminist Criticism of Emma by Jane Austen

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Women are important in sustaining the society,they play essential roles at different societal levels.For a long time different societies have shown biases against women always apportioning women subordinating roles to the men in the society…
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Gender Roles Revealed through Jane Austen

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The author of the "Gender Roles Revealed through Jane Austen" paper states that the structure and complexity of Austen’s novels are often overlooked, revealing the issues between male and female gender considerations still have not been overcome even in the modern age…
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Theme of Gender in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen and Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf

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The paper "Theme of Gender in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen and Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Woolf" discusses that Woolf reveals the problem of miscommunication among the characters. Clarissa is a reserved and lonely character. Her efforts to find out means of communication with others go futile…
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An example of the British class system Pride and prejudice by Jane Austen

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This essay discusses the novel "Pride and Prejudice". The novel clearly demonstrates and depicts the social class in the nineteenth century. It is true that the overarching and principle theme in the novel is the role of class in early nineteenth-century England…
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Critically analyse class expectation and gender in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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Pride and Prejudice: Analysis on Themes This paper discusses the theme of gender and class in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. It gives an outline of 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…
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The Erosion of Womens Sexist Stereotypes in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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It is evidently clear from the discussion that Jane Austen used Pride and Prejudice, a story about love and the personal, household realm, to direct satire as a tool to challenge the assumptions and prejudices of her time, about status and gender…
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Compare the psychological internalization of character in Aeschylus Shakespeare, and Austen

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They observed the world around them with a microscopic view and understood the human nature more ardently. Thus they presented the most overlooked…
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Compare the view of class in Homer, Boccaccio, Austen

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Also, he rules the city like a “gentle father”. This description is given by Mentor, however it does not convey the whole spectrum of Odysseus’ personality. In…
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Character description of Elizabeth from the novel book Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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Pride and prejudice by Jane 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…
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The Theme of Marriage in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

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This paper "The Theme of Marriage in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen" presents the response to the following statement: “It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife” (Jane Austen, Pride, and Prejudice, 1813)…
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Compare Jane Austen's work ( themes, plots, characteristics, style, politics) to some aspects of her life
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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 Austen on how…
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Jane Austens Lessons on Dating and Marriage in Pride and Prejudice
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The paper "Jane Austen’s Lessons on Dating and Marriage in Pride and Prejudice" states that there are several elements of Austen’s work, Pride and Prejudice, which can be seen through a modern-day scope, and some of the advice is good and still relevant…
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Research paper on Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice
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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…
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Jane Austens Sense and Sensibility: The coexistence of contrasts in human personality
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Sense and Sensibility 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. …
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Persuasion: The Changing Social Structure
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“Persuasion”: The Changing Social Structure Admittedly, 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…
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Jane Austens Satires in Her Literary Works
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In the essay “Jane Austen’s Satires in Her Literary Works” the author focuses on the satire of the literary creations of Jane Austen. It is the outcome of her interaction with family members, her un-fructified romantic relationship and her middle-class status in the society…
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Jane Austen's 'Persuasion'
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Jane Austen's 'Persuasion' Austen’s unique literary technique depends on a mixture of mockery, exaggeration, sarcasm and to some extent realism. She has used travesty and burlesque for the comical effects and to assess thoughtfully the picture of women in the 18th century emotional novels such as Persuasion…
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Jane Austen's Works (see instructions)
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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.
Further, the societal rules are to blame for Mrs…
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Feminist theme in Pride and Prejudice
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The author of this paper "Feminist theme in Pride and Prejudice" explores the gender issues in "Pride and Prejudice". It is stated that "Pride and Prejudice" is one of the most reputable and recognized pieces of English literature. …
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The Role of Marriage in Persuasion
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An essay "The Role of Marriage in Persuasion" claims that Austen was reared during the Victorian era and the role and status of women were extremely. Women could not vote, they typically received an inferior education to their male counterparts and were limited to domestic occupations…
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Discuss the multiple theories of reading that are presented in Northanger Abbey. How might they lead us to create a theory of reading for real readers, and why might this theory be important

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Though, she started writing ‘Sense and Sensibilities’ and ‘Pride and Prejudice’ prior to the novel in discussion but ‘Northanger Abbey’ was published before these two novels. ‘Northanger Abbey’…
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Jane Austen's Novel Sense and Sensibility
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This paper will examine Jane Austen's novel Sense and Sensibility 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…
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Jane Austens Fidelity and Betrayal in Northanger Abbey
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In the paper “Jane Austen’s Fidelity and Betrayal in Northanger Abbey” the author discusses the novel, where Austen reveals the elements of betrayal and fidelity that characterized her world as women attempted to arrange the best marriage they could for themselves using whatever means were available…
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Austens Parody Of The Gothic Novel
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The Jane Austin's novel "Northanger Abbey", one of her earliest works, is a parody of the gothic novel that deals mostly on terror, and romance. The paper "Austen’s Parody Of The Gothic Novel" uncovers how the novel is a parody and discusses feminism and the Gothic…
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Transformation in Austens Feminist Ideology
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The focus of this paper “Transformation in Austen’s Feminist Ideology” is on the argument that there seems to be a noticeable shift in Jane Austen’s work, with the progress of her career, as far as her feminist and individualistic ideology is concerned…
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Analysis of Sense and Sensibility that incorporates to some degree the elements of our course: history, culture, and backgrounds of English literature. Think of this as a cause/effect: how do the previous authors and texts contribute to the *creation* of
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The essay is an analysis of sense and sensibility that integrate to some level the basics of study course such as history, backgrounds, and culture of English literature. The concept come as the dichotomy involving "sense" and "sensibility" has educational and historical…
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Pride and Prejudice
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Name Institution Instructor Date Pride and Prejudice: Motivations for Marriage Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice is critical of the injustices in various elements of individuals and society present in the 19th century. Among the ideas and perception of Austen that are reflected in the novel, marriage proves to be the foremost concern in the novel as most girls believe that the choice of a husband remains the major decision in life…
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Literary discourses in the modern literary theory

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Literary discourses in the modern literary theory focus on the significant role of linguistics in finding the meaning and structure of literary pieces. The complete meaning and interpretation of literary genres become possible only through a profound analysis of its linguistics aspects as well…
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