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Jane Austen - Pride and Prejudice & Emma. Discuss how Jane Austen conveys her moral concerns in Pride and Prejudice and Emma.
Jane Austen's moral concerns are ever present in the major themes of Pride and Prejudice and Emma, and by incorporating them into her novels she is symbolizing real life - or what was real life for her then.
Austen portrays the family as primarily responsible for the moral and intellectual education of children. Failure to do so properly has severe consequences. Mr. and Mrs. Bennet's failure to provide this education for their daughters leads to the complete shamefulness and silly delight of Lydia, whose sister Kitty is following closely in her frolicking footsteps, and to the overwhelmin…
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