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Compare and Contrast ‘Teresa’s Wedding’ by William Trevor and ‘The Three Sisters’ by Jan Austen

In this essay, I will be comparing the two short stories - 'Teresa's Wedding' written by William Trevor and 'The three sisters' which was written by Jane Austen. Trevor's story written in the 20th cen...

Published: 2021-08-03 01:30:08

Free Indirect Discourse in Emma

Free and Direct Discourse in Jane Austen’s, Emma Jane Austen is often considered to have one of the most compelling narrative voices in literature. Blurring the line between third and first person, ...

Published: 2021-07-28 18:20:06

How is happiness conveyed in Jane Austen’s Emma and Charlotte Bronte’s Villette?

The nineteenth century was an era of great discovery, invention and social change as a result of political unrest in the previous years. The American Revolution which culminated in the United States D...

Published: 2021-08-12 03:25:06

Jane Austen and Social Judgement

In 'Pride and Prejudice there certainly is a great deal of comedy, and will appeal to many readers for what Claire Tomalin calls 'its good-humoured comedy, its sunny heroine, its dream denouement'. Th...

Published: 2021-08-02 22:50:07

Jane Austen: Emma

"I am going to take a heroine whom no one but myself will much like" How does this comment by Jane Austen fit with your reading of her presentation of Emma? Today, we can interpret this remark as the ...

Published: 2021-08-03 02:05:07

Jane Austen’s Emma

Jane Austen said of Emma 'she is a character who no-one but myself will much like.' Examine the idea of Emma as a likeable character. On deciding my opinion of Emma from what I have perceived of her, ...

Published: 2021-08-02 21:45:09

Letter to Jane Austen

Dear Miss Austen: I have recently had the pleasure of reading your new novel Pride and Prejudice, and am moved to make a few comments, which I feel to be of moment. I would first like to congratulate ...

Published: 2021-08-12 19:05:06

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen: Mr. Darcy Overcoming His Pride

Pride and Prejudice written by Jane Austen in the 19th century, tells the story of an upper class man Mr. Darcy over coming his pride, to fall in love with middle class Elizabeth Bennet, who agrees to...

Published: 2021-07-31 17:20:07

Reader’s Position In Jane Austen’s Emma

After the episode at Box Hill, Mr. Knightley says to Emma, 'I must once more speak to you as I have been used to do: a privilege rather endured than allowed, perhaps, but I must still use it.' How do ...

Published: 2021-08-02 21:40:09

The function of setting in the presentation of Jane Austen’s main concerns in Emma

In Jane Austen's novel Emma, the function of setting is to demonstrate life as it would be in Highbury around the same time as Austen was writing the book (around 1815). The setting mostly refers to t...

Published: 2021-08-03 02:35:08