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Subject :# 35333 INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH LITERATURE Student´s name: Flores Navarro, Begoña Title of the paper: The role of women in Jane Austen, Emily Brontë  and Virginia Woolf novels.   Author or topic: Jane Austen, Emily Brontë  and  Virginia Woolf.   Abstract: In this paper, I will present in the introduction the main ideas of […]

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Introduction

During the nineteenth century until the First World War, there is a proliferation of British women writers whose work transcended not only his country and his time but even today are still considered high quality. This would not be relevant if, first occurs in other countries and on the other if you do not take […]

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The nineteenth century began with the reign of George III, during which Great Britain obtained the victory in the Seven Years War, lost the American colonies, coincided with the French Revolution, after which Britain stands as one of the most important European powers is unified the United Kingdom, with the addition of Ireland to the […]

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Biographies

BIOGRAPHIES: Jane Austen  Born in the parish of Steventon, Hampshire in 1775. Daughter of the rector of the parish, is the seventh of eight children. Not belongs to a rich family, but well-connected and high cultural level. Along with her sister Cassandra went to different schools up to eleven, from that time, she continues her […]

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Women in Jane Austen through Pride and Prejudice (1813)

Argument: The peaceful life of the rural aristocracy of the English countryside, and particularly the Bennet family, is altered when they get two new neighbors, Bingley and Darcey, perfect candidates for any girl’s pretenders. Marriage plans meant that the mother has for her daughters will be mixed with individual intentions of each of them, will […]

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Women in Emily Brontë’s through Wuthering Heights (1847)

Argument: Mr. Earnshaw after a trip to Liverpool, brings two gifts: a violin and nearly wild child found abandoned on the streets of the city. Heathcliff (named by Mr. Earnshaw) comes to live with family and while Hindley Earnshaw, the eldest son, hates from the beginning to the intruder, his sister Cathy somewhat less than […]

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Women in Virginia Woolf through Mrs. Dalloway (1925)

Argument: Clarissa Dalloway is preparing a banquet. Everything has to go perfectly, appropriate topics, perfect dresses, great dinner, the most important guests … While it deals with an old love appears. Now they are fifties, after thirty years without seeing, Clarissa reconnects with Peter Walsh, a man who could not forget Clarissa after she abandon […]

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Conclusion

To end my work I have to say that the impact of these high-quality authors, can not say I have chosen the topic studied is the result of chance. There are some reasons, over the previous century women began to write, first translating the classics and later with his own work, as a resource for […]

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Bibliography

AUSTEN, J. Orgullo y prejuicio. Ediciones Cátedra, Madrid, 2000 BRONTË, E. Cumbres borrascosas. Alba Editorial, Barcelona 2001 WOOLF, V. La señora Dalloway. Alianza Editorial. Madrid, 2003 Barrett, Michèle. Women’s Oppression Today: The Marxist/Feminist Encounter. Revised Edition. ed. London and New York: Verso, 1980. Print. http://www.online-literature.com/elizabeth_gaskell/ http://es.wikipedia.org http://janeausten.webcindario.com/indice.html http://www.biografiasyvidas.com/biografia/h/hannover.htm http://www.sprachcaffe-england.com/caste/hist.html

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