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Emma

.... Smith, Miss Bates, Mrs. Elton, and Frank Churchill are all distinctive and reveal their individual characters clearly--to the reader. Emma, however, hears in ....

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Appeal of Character of Austen's Emma

.... of the character of Emma Woodhouse in Jane Austen's novel Emma depends on her .... have been thoroughly unlikable, and would have had little appeal for the reader. ....

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Flaubert's Sympathetic View of Madame Bovary

.... In the waltz scene (59), for example, the reader is informed that Emma "had never waltzed" and that "Everyone else was waltzing." She is left out, and somewhat ....

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Nature in a Novel & a Poem

.... Jane Austen's novel Emma has as one of its major subjects the nature of power .... long, the natural setting closes in on the characters, giving the reader a sense ....

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Approaches to Criticism

.... (2914 Words ... Approx 12 Pages) Alice Walker .... The four approaches are: text oriented; author-oriented; reader-oriented; world oriented. ....

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The Age of Innocence

.... Approx 7 Pages) Four Fiction Into Film Affliction, A Room With A View, Emma, and The Age Of Innocence If one had a nickel for every time one heard the ....

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The Progressive Era in Doctorow's Ragtime

.... an historical and lyrical account of the turn of the changes taking place in America at the turn of the century, EL Doctorow's Ragtime takes the reader on a ....

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Impact of Mark Twain

.... In Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn, in Jane Austen's Emma, and in Chaim Potok's .... In his autobiography, published posthumously, Mark Twain tells the reader that he ....

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Portrayal of Society in EL Doctorow's Ragtime

.... an historical and lyrical account of the turn of the changes taking place in America at the turn of the century, EL Doctorow's Ragtime takes the reader on a ....

1552 Words 6 Pages