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    nails, leaving bits and pieces of mangled rubber at the bottom of the lake. The second front was the leaky roof with another indomitable spirit. Jane filled buckets of tar adding dollops older temporary patching till she could get her local fix-it man, Henry Jennings, to do a more permanent…

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    the day yet is caught behind the bars again amid the night (Gilman 188). Since the wallpaper has been uprooted she has gotten away and the storyteller is allowed to withdraw into the visualization 's brain. There is a solitary piece of the story that mirrors the breakdown of her personality all in its own, and that is the point at which she keeps in touch with: "I have out finally, regardless of you and Jane! Also, I 've pulled off the vast majority of the paper, so you can 't return me!"…

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    Pride and Prejudice is a romance novel written by Jane Austen and published in 1813. Pride and Prejudice is firstly a novel about surpassing obstacles and finding true love and happiness. The story follows the emotional development of the main character Elizabeth Bennet, one of the five daughters of Bennet family, who has the tendency to judge too quickly. As the story progress, Elizabeth learns the difference between the superficial and the essential, throughout her relationship with Mr. Darcy.…

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    Common in her works, Jane Austen focuses heavily on social norms and other issues of the time period. In Pride and Prejudice, many consider Austen as one of the first authors who also shed light on feminism. The Regency Era itself saw very little progression in terms of the roles of women in society, but the novel begins to break down such barriers with some characters. The Bennet sisters individually cover the different personalities of women during that time period, with Elizabeth and Lydia…

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    When reading Jane Austen 's Pride and Prejudice and Thomas Hardy 's Tess of the D 'Urbervilles, one thing is clear - women can be strong, determined and independent. But in the 19th century, the idea that a woman did not need a man to survive was controversial. Even now in a time of a modern feminist movement, examples of female independence are extremely influential. However, both Austen and Hardy fail to prevent negativity against women in their novels; the way in which the female protagonists…

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    Elinor’s verbal dexterity is apparent at the meetings at Barton Park with the Exeter-hailed Miss Steeles. Though the elder Miss Steele’s obnoxiousness stems from her vulgarity, the young Lucy Steele’s unattractiveness comes from her shrewdness and her strategic confession to Elinor of her engagement to Edward Ferrars. Lucy appears to be the victor of the confrontation and the societal superior: her “superior claims on Edward” forces Elinor into a “silent amazement” while securing her future…

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    It is a truth universally acknowledged that in order for a woman to be suitable for marriage, she must possess a certain set of personal qualities and skills. During the Regency era of England, the role of women was limited, having little of the independence that modern-day women enjoy. Instead, they often had to resort to marriage in order to advance themselves socially or survive financially. Most marriages therefore were made for the purpose of socioeconomic value, not for true love. Jane…

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    In a traditional novel, the author composes the story to describe fictional character and events usually in the form of a sequence. On the other hand, Jean Rhys subverts traditional literary structure by having multiple characters narrate the story. Rhys wrote the novel to include racial, gender and cultural identity to help the reader understand what it meant to be a ‘Jamaican mad women’ rather than just a mad woman. She uses the three factors to give the story meaning. By having more than…

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    A marriage without love is hollow. Love is the factor that strengthens a couple 's bond and makes it whole. When you marry someone for reasons other than love, you two can not truly be one in body and soul. Love is the chain that connects you to your partner 's emotions, desires, fears, and character. Other factors such as stability and happiness, creates balance and a sense of comfort. A marriage should not be based on money or status because a successful marriage should be based on love,…

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    In the novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, she displays a stark contrast between characters in the story. Throughout the novel, Austen discusses the theme of pride in certain characters. She focuses on two opposite sides of pride. The positive correct pride that has the attributes of self-respect, honor, and integrity of oneself and name. There is also negative pride that is defined by arrogance, self-indulgence, thoughts of superiority, and laziness. Mr. Darcy shows the most positive…

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