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    Examines portrayals of actual vs. ideal woman, roles in home & society, relationships with men in works by Oscar Wilde, Dickens, Bram Stoker.

    The purpose of this research is to examine issues surrounding the so-called "Woman Question" in Victorian literature. The plan of the research will be... more
    12 pages | 11 sources | 30 citations | MLA citation style

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    Examines & compares perceptions of male & female Western/Victorian artists & travelers & cultural intentions of Arab/Oriental society in establishing harems.

    The Harem During the 19th Century British Empire Scrutiny of nineteenth century harem life in the East and travellers' responses to what they observe... more
    18 pages | 23 sources | 41 citations | MLA citation style

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    Changing status in social roles & perceptions, cultural factors, class issues, marriage, work, suffrage, feminism, literature.

    This research will examine the changing status of women in Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The research will set forth the context ... more
    11 pages | 18 sources | 32 citations | TURABIAN citation style

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    An analysis of how World War I brought about various and significant changes in the lives of the working-class English. Conditions in slum life. Growing power of women.

    English Working ClassIntroduction The outbreak of World War One would leave a changed Europe in itswake In The Classic Slum Robert Roberts asserts tha... more
    3 pages | 2 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

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    An analysis of three novels by the three Bronte sisters (Anne, Charlotte and Emily) that demonstrates the struggle of women in the Victorian era trying to achieve equality and the right to express intellectual and sexual feelings.

    The Bronte SistersIntroduction Sisters Anne Charlotte and Emily Bronte were all authors whoseworks often revolved around women's issues with respect t... more
    6 pages | 3 sources | 6 citations | MLA citation style

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    This paper provides an analysis of the social and economic values and norms of the Victorian Age that often confined women and provided them little in the way of natural expression. Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre and Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights are used to demonstrate the relationship between individuals and society in the face of class distinctions and rigid social manners and mores.

    Victorian Age Novels Introduction Novels produced during the Victorian Age often revolved around therelationship of human beings and society particula... more
    4 pages | 4 sources | 7 citations | MLA citation style

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    This analysis uses Homer’s The Odyssey and Virgil’s The Aeneid to demonstrate the differences in gender roles between men and women in Ancient Greece and Rome. These roles are compared to gender roles of women in more modern times, with examples from Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights used to show how rigid notions of gender roles still continue to undermine the value of women in modern society.

    Gender Roles in Ancient Greece and Rome Introduction Gender roles in Ancient Greece and Rome are well illustrated infamous literary works of the era I... more
    4 pages | 4 sources | 8 citations | APA citation style

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    This paper provides an argument that the nature of relations between the sexes in the marriage of Monica and Edmund Madden, in George Gissing’s The Odd Women presents an assessment of the status of women in Victorian society that is akin to the assessment on the same subject by John Stuart Mill in “The Subjection of Women.”

    Status of Women in Late Victorian Society Introduction The writings of John Stuart Mill in The Subjection of Women andThe Odd Women by George Gissing ... more
    5 pages | 2 sources | 10 citations | APA citation style

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    This essay provides a discussion of Virginia Woolf's claim in her essay "Professions for Women" that her story is a "simple" one. The essay maintains that a careful reading of the essay shows Woolf's story and journey as a female author living in he patriarchal Victorian era was anything but simple.

    Virginia Woolf Not So Simple Introduction During the nineteenth century in Victorian England the lone purposeof women was to exist for the care comfor... more
    5 pages | 4 sources | 11 citations | MLA citation style

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    This paper provides an analysis of Kate Chopin’s “The Storm,” a short story in which a married Victorian era woman gives in to temptation and has an affair a married man. The paper discusses various aspects of gender and patriarchy and how they relate to the protagonist Calixta’s feelings and behaviors in the story.

    Calm Before After the Storm Introduction During the Victorian era roles for women were rigidly defined andtypically include pursuits within the domest... more
    5 pages | 2 sources | 9 citations | MLA citation style

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