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Belonging Notes on Jane Austen and Fay Weldons' Texts with 3 Short Essays and a Speech

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Belonging notes, 3 short essays and a speech on Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" and Fay Weldon's "Letters to Alice on First Reading Jane Austen."

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Belonging Notes on Jane Austen and Fay Weldons' Texts with 3 Short Essays and a Speech
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Gentry Literature Fiction British films English-language films Jane Austen Copywriters Fay Weldon Pride and Prejudice Mr. Darcy Elizabeth Bennet Mr. William Collins Charlotte Lucas Caroline Bingley
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Gentry Literature Fiction British films English-language films Jane Austen Copywriters Fay Weldon Pride and Prejudice Mr. Darcy Elizabeth Bennet Mr. William Collins Charlotte Lucas Caroline Bingley
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-­‐ However, this foreign notion of marriage being imperative to a 19th century woman’s life evokes an appreciation within the modern audience for the time they live in, re-altering Austen’s writing to be relevant to modern child. Supported by Weldon. “Child you don’t know how lucky you are”. This notion that to “marry was a great prize”(Weldon) for any ‘successful’ woman, is an unfamiliar and irrelevant concept to the modern child. -­‐ As a modern child the contrasting values between Austen’s context and today, prompt the appreciation the society we live in. -­‐ “Marriage was for ever.” Pg 31 letters to Alice -­‐ “I wish Jane success with all my heart” said charlotte referring to a women’s success being derived for matrimony (Jane and M...
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