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Emma

.... emptiness of Mr. Woodhouse's rigorously impartial social flattery cannot help but remind the reader of Emma's own susceptibility to his empty kindness (272). ....

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Analysis of Characters & Text of Emma

.... 2d ed. New York: WW Norton, 1993. 357-359. Lascelles, Mary. "The Narrator and His Reader." Emma. A Norton Critical Edition. Ed. Stephen M. Parrish. ....

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Appeal of Character of Austen's Emma

.... To the contrary, she is quite sympathetic to their suffering, but Austen portrays that sympathy in a way which lets the reader know that Emma is not nearly so ....

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Jane Austen's novel Emma & Theme of Nature of Power

.... When that love becomes apparent to her, it is perhaps a little hard to believe for the reader who has followed Emma's willful manipulations for hundreds of ....

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Northanger Abbey & Emma (Jane Austen)

.... she might have been publicly insulted by Emma but that she might have bored such an extraordinary girl as Emma, cannot be doubted by the objective reader or by ....

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Flaubert's Sympathetic View of Madame Bovary

.... The conservative reader may judge Emma for her emotional and sexual excesses, for her "disloyalty" or lack of faithfulness, but it seems clear to this reader ....

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Jane Austen's Life & Emma

.... CONCLUSION Emma is a novel that is rich in detail and strong on characterization .... it is the interplay of character that shapes the novel and attracts the reader. ....

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Kant and Iser

.... Mr. Knightley excoriates her for the insult does the full weight of her moral lapse become crystal clear, especially if the reader trusts Emma's limited point ....

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Choices in Madam Bovary and Jane Eyre

.... Although the story is entitled, Madame Bovary, Flaubert immediately distances the reader from Emma by beginning story not with Emma, but with Charles Bovary ....

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Round Characters

.... Fusi rushes past her into the next room, and the reader knows that Emma will bully him until he has no choice but to live at the nursing home. ....

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Literature and Boredom

.... Brombert also refers to the opening scene of Emma Bovary and to how it introduces the reader into a given character's private world: The pathos of ....

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Flaubert's Criticism of the Bourgeois in Madame Bovary

.... one. In this way, the reader is made aware of Emma's "greedily sensual awareness of the world" (Bersani 29). Unfortunately, Emma's ....

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The poem "hay un lugar"

.... However, Mr. Knightley gives a very good demonstration of an understanding of Emma's character and helps the reader to understand Emma's personality and the ....

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Willa Cather's Woman Centered Fiction The significance of the ...

.... Finally, the concerns of Anna and Emma are by and large romantic concerns; that is, the .... A reader unaware of the gender of the author could easily conclude that ....

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The Progressive Era in Doctorow's Ragtime

.... T. Washington and Emma Goldman to create a storyline that draws the reader in to both the historical and psychological realities of the turn of the century. ....

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Portrayal of Society in EL Doctorow's Ragtime

.... T. Washington and Emma Goldman to create a storyline that draws the reader in to both the historical and psychological realities of the turn of the century. ....

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Female Literary Accomplishments

.... point of view also serves as a touchstone of character development; as Emma's perceptions are gradually corrected by experience, the reader experiences her ....

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Willa Cather's Fiction When Willa Cather left home and went to col

.... than male, but whether the voice is especially female or not, the reader is richer .... Each in her way, for example, Emma Bovary and Anna Karenina respond to and ....

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Development of Willa Cather as a Writer When Willa Cather left ...

.... than male, but whether the voice is especially female or not, the reader is richer .... Each in her way, for example, Emma Bovary and Anna Karenina respond to and ....

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Approaches to Criticism

.... and abetted by her solipsism and extravagance, every stratagem Emma devises for .... that formalism assumes the standpoint of the "ideal [ie, expert] reader" (1367 ....

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In the Time of the Butterflies

.... Emma Tenayuca "strove for civil rights, using the class struggle as an ideological .... of the Butterflies personalizes the issue and helps the reader see what ....

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Literature & the Female Perspective Written by a Woman

.... The reader, who knows all along that Jay is far too plodding a match for the .... This is a woman who unlike, say, Emma Bovary, understands the risk of emotional ....

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Willa Cather & the Feminist Perspective Written by a Woman

.... The reader, who knows all along that Jay is far too plodding a match for the .... This is a woman who unlike, say, Emma Bovary, understands the risk of emotional ....

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Native Son

.... the most painful moment of an extremely gruesome book for the reader is not .... Like Emma Bovary, and in a less tragic manner Catherine Morland in Jane Austen's ....

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Romantic & Victorian Era Poetry

.... But Scott understood that the historical reader wants this information, that part of the essential pleasure of the genre, which is that of being .... Letley, Emma. ....

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Women's Anger in Literature Women's Anger

.... Each in her way, for example, Emma Bovary and Anna Karenina respond to and .... say hard things'" (Cather 8). The emotional subtext is plain to the reader from the ....

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Anger of Women in Literature Women's Anger

.... Each in her way, for example, Emma Bovary and Anna Karenina respond to and .... say hard things'" (Cather 8). The emotional subtext is plain to the reader from the ....

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