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in the same environment, and similar characters (middle-class, country) with acertain superficiality. she presented all these women's stories, mixing them withhumor and reality. she is a master writer who has written down the boundaries ofwomen, the lives they are trying to reach, and the dreams they want to realize.
Jane austen basically writes in a narrow space like marriage, love, humanrelationships. Sense And Sensibility, the book focuses on the lives of twosibling of opposite character named elinor and marrianne. after their father died,two sibling in financial difficulties first settled in a small house, and then weread the fiction in their love lives. the lives of two women, one representing themind and the other representing passion, are somewhat parallel to the lives ofthe author.Pride and Prejudice,a jane austen classic. the characters in the book, thedialogue, the author's subtle touch of British society in the background whiletelling about love in the foreground are make this book a good classic. aunpleasant or even quarreling relationship between the two main characters ofthe novel turns into a great love for time.elizabeth bennet is a beautiful, witty,intelligent but prejudiced lady. early in the book, in light of Elizabeth's firstimpressions, Darcy is described as cold, proud, cheesy. but it'll be clear later thathe's a diamond. over time, they both put aside pride and prejudice, realize thatthe part that is missing from them is in the opposite direction, and get a happyending.EMMA; like other jane austen novels, the novel begins with the main character.emma woodhouse is a beautiful, smart, rich girl. she's a gentleman's daughter.emma is 21 and has lived a long time apart from losing her mother. after she losthis mother, he became a lady of the house, and the administration of the housewas left to him. and a duenna, miss taylor. miss taylor becomes emma and herolder sister isabelle and their father mr. Woodhouse's best friend all these years.A distinctive feature of emma's character is that she is very elitist and numberone in class separatismNORTHANGER ABBEY; Her first novel. a person is both a “subject” as anactioner and an “object”as a control in social life. the social order and the normsthat ensure the continuity of this order shape the individual in accordance withthe expectations and interests of society. even compliance with this interest ismorally qualified in society. Austen's novel in which he openly mocks "gothic"novels.VICTORIAN AGE ; it consists of three separate periods: a.early victorianperiod: a period full of adversity. b.mid-victorian period: the period of goods,property, money stamps. c.late victorian period: Victorian laws begin todeteriorate. It is also one of the most conservative periods in Britain. in contrast,the church-Science, Faith-rationality, rich-poor, fertility-human values, moralvalues-prostitution and its contradictions are the most intense period. sexualityhas been suppressed and interpreted at Extreme points, Important names of this

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