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Discuss Jane Austen presentation of class distincition in two novels Emma by Jane Austen and Persuasion By Jane Austen
In the Jane Austen's novels "Emma" and "Persuasion", a theme of key importance is class distinction. The social order of the characters is significant in understanding their position on society and also how they perceive themselves in relation to other characters and they also believe they have ideas and influence over others, making them superior to those they come in to contact with.
In "Emma" the story mainly revolves around the title character Emma Woodhouse and how events affect the title character. The opening line of the novel enlightens the reader;
"Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clev…
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