Jane Austen - Pride and Prejudice / Emma
'It is the small, seemingly trivial social detail that expresses a writer's attitude to the society he or she portrays'.
In the light of this statement, explore the writer's attitudes to the society they portray in Pride and Prejudice and Emma.
Jane Austen uses her novels to express her attitudes to her society and express her social concerns. These are fused into the novel by Jane Austen and are made evident through the characters (their description, speech and behaviour) and through the novel's plot.
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