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Example 1 Emma is set in the early 1800’s when feminist ideas were less common than the 21st century. According to Looser, Jane Austen’s time was “a time when the word feminism did not yet exist in the English language” (577). Example 2 Emma’s independence from men is also illustrated after Emma and Mr. Knightley disagree about Mr. Elton and his intentions of marrying. After their disagreement Emma says, “His grave looks shewed that she was not forgiven. She was sorry, but could not repent” (Austen 72). Example 3 This act of tutoring is a typically male role. The most notable case of tutoring that occurs in the novel, outside of Emma tutoring Harriet, is Mr. Knightley tutoring Emma as he shapes her “opinions and her manners” into more refined characteristics (Austen 37). Works Cited (A work in an Anthology, Reference, or Collection)
Works Cited Lastname, First name. “Title of Essay.” Title of Collection. Ed. Editor's Name(s). Place of Publication: Publisher, Year. Page range of entry. Medium of Publication. Newkirk, Pamela. “Swimming Against the Tide.” Perspectives on Mass Media. Provo, UT: BYU Academic Publishing, 2008. 3440. Print. ...
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