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Transcript of Jane Austen

Emma
and women's manners in the 19th century

Jane Austen
Romance novel
And they lived happily ever after...
Emma
By Jane Austen
"The heroine whom no one but myself will much like"
-- Jane Austen
Emma's Match Making
Social events
Sense and Sensibility
--------------------Safe distance -------------------
Emma Woodhouse
Jane Austen introduced the love stories between the characters from different classes, and often with males who had a higher status than that of women. In the book
Emma
, however, Austen depicted "the heroine whom no one but [her]self will much like"(Mullane 1). Unlike other Austin's fairy tales stories.

Emma
along with the film
Sense and Sensibility
and John Constable's paintings describe how women's manners, behavior, education ,and family background shaped them, and how social requirement and class expectations of women in the 1800s influenced them.
Thesis Statement
- Born in 1782 Steven Hampshire.

- After her father's death, she moved to Bath to stay with her richest brother.

-
Author of novels
Emma, Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Mansfield Park, Juvenilia,
etc.






About Jane Austen
- Unmarried her entire life. Austen always ironically reflected her personal life in books.

- Described as the "Most affected, husband hunting butterfly" in the party.

- Austen's unsuccessful relationships.
- Mr. Blackall
- Thomas Lefroy
- Family doctor at 40.


Jane Austen's romance experience
- Associated with the late 18th century and the early 19th century.

- About individual and individual freedom.

- Created with imagination, illusion, intuition and idealistic feelings.

- Jane Austen has confident in her work.




Romance novel
Emma Woodhouse
- The mistress of a big family.

- Is described as a "Handsome, clever and rich" lady.

- Sees clear differences between "Gentlewoman" and "old maid."

- Cares for the family background and social rank.
Emma
Plot

- Main Characters: Emma Woodhouse, Harriet Smith, Mr. Knightly, and Mr. Elton

- Events: Emma Woodhouse tries to find a marriage match for Harriet Smith. Through the process, Austen described how family influence and social background were important to people in the 19th century. In the end, characters all find their true loves.
Setting
Social Rank and family background
Emma says: "A young farmer, weather on horseback or on foot, is the last sort of person to raise my curiosity" (Austen 14).
Emma's affection on Mr. Marten's Propose
After hearing the news about Edward's engagement

Social events in novels
Sense and Sensibility
Plot
Edward and Elinor are both people who follow the rules of social behavior completely. The last thing they will do is to shame their families.
"Every body has their level: but as for myself, I am not, I think, quite so much at a loss. I need not so totally despair of an equal alliance, as to be addressing myself to Miss Smith!" said by Mr. Elton
Social Rank in Marriage
Mrs. Constable. 1816.
Mrs. James Pulham, Sr, c 1818.
Mary Freer, 1809
Portrait of a Woman, c.1818
Jolina Shen
5/13/2015
Emma Woodhouse
Harriet Smith
- Natural daughter of a nameless rich man.

- She was placed in a boarding school in Highbury.

- She was short, plump, and fair, with a fine bloom, blue eyes, light hair, regular features, and a look of great sweetness.


The kind of woman that the man wants to marry.
Mr. Knightley
Harriet Smith
- Attending balls and writing for amusement was the majority of Jane Austen's life.

- Jane Austen especially liked to put two kinds of social events in the novel: family dinners and balls.
- The novel describes the Dashwood ladies’ love story

- Dashwood family is forced to leave the wealthy life they used to have.

- Different perspectives on love and on life


"Where is your heart?"
Questions?
http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/jane-austens-heroines/images/953786/title/emma-woodhouse-wallpaper
http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/jane-austen/images/12817699/title/emma-woodhouse-photo
http://paulabastiasdiaz.blogspot.com/p/emma.html
http://bokgrottan.blogspot.com/2012/08/en-djupdykning-i-jane-austens-sytrarna.html
http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/jane-austen/images/12819460/title/harriet-smith-photo
http://www.feedbooks.com/book/45/emma
https://www.pinterest.com/pin/511580838896658590/
https://www.pinterest.com/amroberts17/miss-jane-austen/
https://teainateacup.wordpress.com/2012/04/25/my-mr-knightley/
https://janeaustensworld.wordpress.com/tag/gwynneth-paltrow/
Movie is from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8k_gzuVqZmk.{from youtube.}

movie is from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjt0iNTJrWE{youtube}
movie is from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNCAj7eS07I{youtube}
movie is from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CN8iymIQoLQ{youtube}
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0114388/
http://www.thebookrat.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5yp1RTbWkw{youtube}
John Constable
1776-1837
English Romantic Artist

Although his paintings are now among the most popular and valuable in British art, he was never financially successful.

http://hoocher.com/John_Constable/John_Constable.htm
http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/emma-and-mr-knightley/images/14651322/title/emma-mr-knightley-photo
http://netherfield-x.livejournal.com/15942.html
https://mysterypagination.wordpress.com/2013/10/
http://janeausten.wikia.com/wiki/Catherine_de_Bourgh
http://www.themarysue.com/jail-time-for-threatening-tweets/
http://www.john-constable.org/Mary-Freer,-1809.html
http://www.john-constable.org/Maria-Bicknell-(or-Mrs-John-Constable).html
http://www.john-constable.org/Mrs.-James-Pulham,-Sr.-(or-Frances-Amys).html
http://www.john-constable.org/Portrait-of-a-Woman,-c.1818.html
http://www.john-constable.org/Mrs.-James-Pulham,-Sr.-(or-Frances-Amys).html
http://www.john-constable.org/Portrait-of-a-Woman,-c.1818.html
Emma
and
Sense and Sensibility
- Elinor Dashwood : Reserve, looking for the marriage that have financial support.

- Marianne Dashwood: Free-heart, romantic

- Emma: Wealthy, confident, great vanity
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