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Jane Austen's 'Northanger Abbey' / Male vs. Female Education
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A 4 page paper on the differences between the way men and women were educated in eighteenth century England. The paper also discusses the social ramifications of those differences as demonstrated by Austen's work. No sources except book.
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Jane Austen's "Pride And Prejudice": Chapter Review
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6 pages in length. The writer discusses Austen's book as it relates to analyze the relationship between Elizabeth and Darcy, Charlotte and Elizabeth's views on marriage, what Elizabeth realizes about Wickham, Darcy and herself, and the fate of each character in the four marriages. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Jane Austen's 'Persuasion' / Redefined Marriage
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A 5 page argumentative essay arguing that Austen's 'marriage' relationship is related to equality between the sexes in both the domestic and professional circles of life. A secondary argument ties this to the change from aristocratic to middle class values. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Jane Austen's ‘‘Pride & Prejudice'' / Use of Chance as a Plot Device
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An 8 page analytical essay on Austen's use of chance to progress the plot and establish a basis for judging her characters' moral development. Bibliography lists 6 additional sources.
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Jane Austen's 'Northanger Abbey' / Levels of Instruction
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A 10 page paper on the differences between the way men and women were perceived as intellectual beings in eighteenth century England. The paper also contrasts Tilney's teasing condescension of Catherine with the respect with which Austen treats her readers.Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice' / A Reflection of a Time
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A 5 page overview of Jane Austin's book 'Pride and Prejudice.' Emphasizes Austin's portrayal of women, social class, and their importance in marriage. No additional sources cited.
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Comparing Jane Austen’s “Persuasion” with the 1995 Movie
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This 5 page report discusses Jane Austen’s last novel “Persuasion” and the 1995 movie adaptation of the book. The characters of “Persuasion” (or any other Jane Austen novel) are almost always constantly talking. They chatter, they gossip, and speculate on every aspect of the world around them. It is in this fact that the “Persuasion” is the most radically different. Anne is not a talker and neither is the object of her affection, Captain Wentworth. Perhaps because of the multi-media experience of film, this is conveyed with far greater emphasis in the 1995 movie of “Persuasion” directed by Roger Mitchell. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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'Jane Eyre' & 'Sense and Sensibility'
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A 9 page comparative analysis of the main characters in these two novels. The writer posits that Austen and Bronte made use of characterization, dialogue and narration to show how Elinor, Marianne and Jane represent the intellectual and passionate properties of womanhood, with the further intent of reflecting control of passion rather than hysteria/madness. The writer proposes that in every instance, the characters' inward reflections are meant to support a revision of the female experience, not to support archetypes. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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