On Jane Austen' s View of Marriage
On George Eliot's View of Marriage Reflecting from Her Works of Middlemarch
On Jane Austen's View of Marriage
On Jane Austen's View of Marriage in Pride and Prejudice
The most obvious characteristic of Austen's view of marriage is the predominant economic considerations.
His ideas as to the relationship of man and woman and his concept of marriage agree with the principles of feminism.
他有关男人和女人关系的思想以及他的 婚姻观 ,均符合女性主义的原则。
Austine's Views of Marriage in Arrogance and Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice ——An Epitome of Jane Austen's Views of Marriage
Through a close reading of the texts, the transformation of their feminist consciousness is specified into six aspects: the Tillerman women’s control of their own life, their perceptions of the relationship between love and power, their views of marriage and family, Liza Tillerman’s dilemma as a single mother, Abigail and Liza Tillerman’s madness, and Abigail and Dicey Tillermans’self-development.
Jane Austen' s views of marriage are embodied clearly in her six marriage - themed novels.
(2) Eliot's view on marriage undergoes an evolution in these two novels.
The essence of George Eliot's view on marriage is to set up a stable family and society, which answers that Eliot is but a wanderer on the edge of feminism.
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Apply this covenantal view of marriage to the evaluation of the suitability of textbooks in educational settings.
And wrong in the sense that if we did adopt this view of marriage, marriage would lose its unique power.
Gallagher argue strongly against an individualized and privatized view of marriage.
Not surprisingly, the mutual covenant view of marriage has a unique understanding of sexual relations within marriage.
The late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries was an era of great change in society's view of marriage and women's roles.
Degler analyzes these roles, the increasing economic importance of women in society, and the evolving views of marriage in American society.
This book analyzes the meaning of marriage in the context of law and the continuing tension between the internal and external views of marriage.