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Title: Feminism and misogyny in Jane Austen's Emma. Woman and gender roles.
Authors: CANO-ALBERO, ALBA-DEL-ROSARIO
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: LÓPEZ-PELÁEZ-CASELLAS, Jesús
metadata.dc.contributor.other: Universidad de Jaén. Filología Inglesa
Abstract: Este tfg se centra en el estudio de los aspectos misóginos y feministas que aparecen en la novela de Jane Austen Emma (1815), prestando una atención especial al personaje que da nombre a la novela. La contención, la subversión y la posible hegemonía de lo masculino frente a lo femenino será analizado en detalle, así como el concepto de matrimonio y la forma en la que articula el texto. Por último se prestará atención a las estrategias textuales empleadas.
This project focuses on the study of the feminist and misogynistic features appearing in Jane Austen's Emma (1815), paying special attention to the role played by the eponymous character. A definition of patriarchy will be produced, as well as a vision of the ideal of fema le behavior in 19th c England. Containment, subversion and the hegemony of male characters over female ones will be examined in this narrative. Marriage will also be dealt with, so as to explore how it helps articulate the whole narrative. Finally, the narrative strategy used by the author in her work will be also examined.
Issue Date: 23-May-2017
Publisher: Jaén: Universidad de Jaén
Appears in Collections:Grado en Estudios Ingleses

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