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Emma by Jane Austen and Clueless by Amy Heckerling, An Analysis
Both Emma and Clueless offers a stratified and microcosmic society of the early 18th and late 20th century. The small village of Highbury in England, and Beverly Hills America, are seen as the leader in popular culture in its time. In Austen's world, the French Revolution was beginning to question social hierarchy and the privileges of the gentry, where the upper class's charitable duties to lower classes are required to maintain the class system. The US too feels that their status entails an obligatory duty to extend charity beyond the borders, thus the male characters Mr Knightley and Jo…
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