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Jane Austen

Jane Austen’s Views on Marriage in Pride and Prejudice

How does Jane Austen present the themes of love and marriage in Pride and Prejudice through Elizabeth and Darcy and Mr and Mrs Bennet? In the 19th century within English society, a woman’s main aim/purpose in life was matrimony. This was even more so for young girls like the Bennet sisters. The entailment of their …

Emma by Jane Austen

AuthorJane AustenTitleEmmaPublisherEveryman’s Library Cop. London. 1991First published in 1816MottoThe book does not have a motto. I chose this book because I read Pride and Prejudice and I absolutely loved it. My mother told me Jane Austen wrote another book like it called Emma’, and I decided to try it. I expected the story to be …

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Jane Austen – Pride and Prejudice

Abstract Jane Austen is known the world over for her novels such as Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility.  She died many years ago yet she remains to be one of the most popular authors to date, and her books are still being studied in literature classes around the world.  What is it about …

Intentions Destined for Misinterpretation: Emma by Jane Austen

In a novel overflowing with misconstrued romance, “Emma” by Jane Austen succeeds in misleading the readers, as well as the actual characters on the matter of who is really in love with whom. Although it is teeming with romantic dialogue, the characters have a tendency to misunderstand confessions of love, as well as comments made …

Jane Austen and Discourses of Fenminism

Jane Austen and Discourses of Feminism, edited by Devoney Looser, is a collection of original essays designed to take the measure of current feminist thinking about Austen and to establish, as it were, a kind of feminist context for that thinking. In “Privacy, Privilege, and ‘Poaching’ in Mansfield Park,” the penultimate essay, Ellen Gardiner observes …

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