Jane Austen Research Paper

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Jane Austen
Jane Austen was well aware of herself and tried to communicate the same to other women when the world was undergoing radical social and economic changes. Her works used a more feminine tone to appeal to her readers at the same time signifying her self-consciousness. Austen’s work upheld full awareness of her consciousness, through scaled knowledge about inequalities rooting from gender and class, the challenges women of all social levels underwent, intelligence that was surfacing on women across the world, and changes in women’s role that was awakening. Unlike other authors, Austen did not explicitly expound her self-consciousness in her writings but instead introduced them indirectly through narrations (Counts 57). In Emma, for …show more content…

Wordsworth did not want to associate with the changes that had clouded the new environments; he would rather live far away from the city, areas he perceived to be full of freedom, were nature-oriented, and reflected gloriousness. The poet’s favoritism for rural dwellings is strengthened by his decision to live in Lake District and the utterances he uses to describe the serenity of the land in the former periods, when they were used as pastoral lands, while walking with his sister along the Banks of the Wye (Jochem 14). Also, Wordsworth believed that people were now living in darkness as a result of the French and Agrarian revolutions, activities that had deprived them of their humanitarianism, which can only be availed from interacting with nature. To him, it was imperative to find a haven to maintain connectedness with nature’s …show more content…

Coleridge says “"At midnight by the stream I roved, to forget the form I loved, image of Lewti is not kind.” A transition into the land of Southey further tended to introduce the comfort and torments in the imaginative and real surroundings. Also, Coleridge wrote the poem On the Prospect of Establishing a Pantisocracy in America to escape the predisposed political environment (Jochem 36). Conclusively, Coleridge felt dissatisfied and sought poetic and philosophical attributions as an escape to sorting the aspects of friendship, love, faith in man and faith in

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