Essay on Emma

Speech Comparing Aung San Suu Kyi and Emma Goldman

Of all the countless speeches recorded throughout time, only a select few have withstood the test of time, their original contexts and political battles continuing to maintain relevance today. Aung San Suu Kyi and Emma Goldman’s empowering speeches have spanned across decades, united in their aim to draw attention to a lack of freedom, justice […]

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Emma and Clueless

Jane Austen’s novel Emma represents the values of social hierarchy, romantic relationships and aesthetics In Its early nineteenth century setting of England. Amy Heckerling’s teen-pic Clueless transforms these dominant attitudes, changing and exploring them to fit the film’s high-school culture in the late 20th century context. Amy Heckerling is able to sustain interest in he […]

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Emma’s Parlor

For this case, we are considering that the situation happened during March of 2012. During this time, Emma established her business with stability and rapid growth. With the current trend in online connectivity, online businesses are emerging and gaining popularity. The attitude of mind that must be used which will determine the opinions and judgements […]

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How does Austen represent women’s agency in Emma

The term ‘agency’ is used to signify the ‘ability or capacity to act or exert power’ (Oxford English Dictionary, 2013) therefore when referring to ‘women’s agency’, one implies the feminist philosophical idea of women’s capacity for independent choice and action. Jane Austen’s Emma was published in the early 19th Century (Whalan), an era in which […]

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