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Module A: Comparative Study of Pride and Prejudice and Letters to Alice

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This is an exemplar essay with study notes that I wrote for my tutoring students, which compares Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Fay Weldon's Letter's to Alice on First Reading Jane Austen. It has also been annotated with study notes to outline the structure for a comparative essay.

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Module A: Comparative Study of Pride and Prejudice and Letters to Alice
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Literature Film Fiction Jane Austen British films English-language films Copywriters Fay Weldon Pride and Prejudice Mr. Darcy Elizabeth Bennet Pride & Prejudice Vanessa Papastavros Reading Jane Austen
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Literature Film Fiction Jane Austen British films English-language films Copywriters Fay Weldon Pride and Prejudice Mr. Darcy Elizabeth Bennet Pride & Prejudice Vanessa Papastavros Reading Jane Austen
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The intertextual links between Fay Weldon’s epistolary text Letters to Alice on First Reading Jane Austen and Jane Austen’s classic novel Pride and Prejudice employ didacticism to create deeper understandings into societies stratified by sex, class and wealth. Both texts explore themes such as marriage and education to better clarify the entrenched social divisions that persist across context, whether it is in A...
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