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Jane Austen's novels have been popular for over two hundred years, despite the fact that the world she lived in no longer exists. Pride and Prejudice in particular has been repeatedly adapted for plays and movies, and other novels about Darcy and Elizabeth have been spun off it. So what's the big deal? Why is Austen's novel still so popular, with people returning to the story and adapting it to different cultures and times? What is it about her characters, their relationships, and her writing that has enduring resonance? Offer compelling reasons and support them with textual examples.

 

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In "The Second Coming" by W.B. Yeats, the speaker asserts that the best people "lack all conviction," while the worst are "full of passionate intensity." How does this statement apply to the speakers in "An Irish Airman Foresees His Death" and "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock"? What characteristics of the modern world make it difficult, if not impossible, to be heroic in the traditional sense?

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In Oceania, citizens lack privacy, have little control over their daily lives, and learn only the information that the Party chooses to tell them. Today, by contrast, information flows freely through many forms of media. People can look up any topic at any time and read about it. Through various social network sites and through phone and text messages, people have never been so connected.

However, the power of media can work against people as well as for them. Is all information true and accurate, or do some sources obscure truth and mislead readers? What are the potential abuses of constant connectedness? How might the screens, large and small, that surround us be used against us? Under what circumstances might our "information society" fall into the hands of a powerful but ill-intentioned group of leaders? Discuss the abuses of information and privacy in 1984 and the possibility of such abuses occurring today.Use information from the novel to support your ideas.

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Consider the individuals in George Orwell's "Shooting an Elephant" and Doris Lessing's "No Witchcraft for Sale" who are essentially powerless in their respective societies.How do these individuals behave? What do they do to those who have power in their societies? Why do these people act as they do, and what does their behavior demonstrate about imperialism as a political and social ideology? Use examples from the works you have read in your response.

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