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What has Austen to say about the position of women in society and how does she convey her opinions on this topic from chapters one to ten?
"I am going to take a heroine whom no-one but myself will much like," were Jane Austen's exact thoughts on her novel 'Emma', prior to writing it in 1816. And that is exactly what she proceeded to do. Jane Austen was influenced by the society at the time when she was writing, which was at the cusp of the Augustan era, where people had very set ways and abided to all rules, and the Romanticism era, where people were learning to develop a new found freedom towards society in general. When writing the novel 'Emma', Austen aimed to put across the point of women in society at that era. She also…
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- What has Austen to say about the position of women in society and how does she convey her opinions on this topic from chapters one to ten?
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