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Essay on a Book (Pride and Prejudice)

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Disclaimer: Essay MUST be submitted into [url removed, login to view] therefore it must be plagiarism free!
Length: ~5 page double spaced.
Book to read- Pride and Prejudice By: Jane Austin
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Must find 3 or 4 examples of prejudice or bias expressed by characters in the novel and align them with the theme or the anti-theme. Examine the narrative strategies the author uses to render these biases.
- -Are the views expressed by the characters' the author's? How do you know?
- What is the relationship between the author's own values and those s/he gives the characters of the text and how does that relate to the author's purpose in writing?
- Consider women's issues, social order, religious and 'romantic' ideals and other information provided in modules
Remember:
Character sustains conflict.
Conflict sustains theme.
All other literary elements and devices serve to support and enhance this relationship. In a literary novel, nothing is extraneous to it (nothing is supposed to be extraneous to it; such is the nature of the form)
THINGS THAT MUST BE INCLUDED-
How does a writer manipulate the literary elements (character, conflict, setting, theme, language) to make their readers think what s/he wants them to think? What is won in the novel; what is lost and what is the author saying about it? Why does this matter to the author? How is the novel a reflection of the author's own world - and what was s/he saying about that? Consider women's issues, social order, religious and 'romantic' ideals etc.
You should have at least five (5) primary & secondary sources on your works cited page and in parenthetical citation.

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