Restoration RS Outline

Restoration RS Outline - T hesis Even though written in...

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Thesis: Even though written in 1725, Eliza Haywood’s novel Fantomina: Or, Love in a Maze suits what the modern love life has become: a chase for a love that with time always runs out and leaves people suffering. Body Paragraph 1: The main character in Eliza Haywood’s Fantomina: Or, Love in a Maze lowers herself to the role of a prostitute in order to catch a man’s attention, just as women today lower their standards in order to catch a man. Support: pg 41: she sees several gentleman swarming around these ladies in order to get their attention in hopes that their night might end with them in bed together. Support: Deciding the only way to keep her lover interested is to dress up as different women and continually re-seduce him, Fantomina underscores both the impossibility of reforming the libertine and the delight in enjoying libertine behavior.” Hultquist, Aleksondra. "Haywood's re-appropriation of the amatory heroine in Betsy Thoughtless.(Eliza Haywood)(Critical essay)." Philological Quarterly
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