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Jane Austen's 'Emma' / Courtship & Self-Discovery
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A 5 page paper on the theme of courtship and self-discovery in Jane Austen's last novel. The paper points out that in Emma, the title character undergoes a period of self-examination, resulting in a reassessment of who she is and where she fits in the scheme of life. Only when this process is complete does she gain the one true love with whom she can share the rest of her life. No additional sources cited.
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Romantic Love in Austen, Smith, and Robinson
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A 20 page paper looking at the way three late eighteenth-century women writers -- Jane Austen, Charlotte Smith, and Mary Robinson -- portray romantic love. Specific works considered are Austen’s “Sense and Sensibility,” Smith’s Sonnets II, VIII, and XII, and Robinson’s “January 1795” and “Stanzas Written Between Dover and Calais, July 20, 1792.” Bibliography lists 15 sources.
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Socializing in Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”
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A six page paper looking at the importance of parties and visiting in establishing and reinforcing social contracts in Jane Austen’s novel. The paper concludes that socializing is how Austen’s characters establish the parameters by which the contracts of life are forged, and how they move in and out of these parameters to get things done. No additional sources.
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Austen and Trollope/A Comparison
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A 5 page comparison between Jane Austen's Emma and in Anthony Trollope's Can You Forgive Her? The writer argues that each novel illustrates the expertise that Austen and Trollope possessed over their craft. In each case, the author's command of dialogue and exposition serve to expertly shape the reader's judgement of the characters and situations that these authors present. No additional sources cited.
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The Social and Domestic Visions of Bronte and Austen
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This 7 page paper considers the estates of Pemberley, from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, and Ferndean Manor, from Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre, and assesses the way these two estates embody social and domestic vision. In correlation, this paper also assesses the impacts of these estates in shaping the novels as a whole. No additional sources cited.
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Stephen Crane's 'Red Badge Of Courage' vs. Jane Austen's 'Pride & Prejudice'
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A 7 page paper aruging that in these two novels, Austen and Crane create different visions of war, its rebellions and heroes. In both stories, like most humans, the heroes are the anti-heroes as well, because of the prejudicial recriminations surrounding their courageousness. The writer pays strict attention to these themes throughought, but the final sentence ends with the comment "--not unlike heroes throughout history and the stories of heroes we hear today." Bibliography cites 5 sources.
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'Jane Eyre' And 'Pride and Prejudice': Differing Perspectives On Love
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6 pages in length. The perspectives on love as represented in Charlotte Bronte's 'Jane Eyre' and Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice' are grand and far-reaching. The writer discusses that to compare and contrast the way in which these two stories address the issues of love is to demonstrate the contrarieties between a spontaneous, smoldering romance and one that is born initially out of yearning and frustration. No additional sources cited.
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