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Autonomy of women

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on 22 April 2010

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Autonomy of Women Pride and Prejudice Letters to alice Education A women must have a thorough knowledge of music, siniging ,drawing, dancing and the mordern arts to deserve the word." - get married
- Become a prostitute - become a governess - hired lady's companion Marriage Life Prostitution childbirth Characters Charlotte "Happiness in marriage is a matter of chance" " it is always better to know little as possible of the defects of the person with whom you are to pass your life with" Lady Catherine Elizabeth Bennet "If you go refusing every offer of marriage, you will never get a husband- and I do not know who is to maintain you when your father is dead." * Mr Collin's proposal
*Her walk to netherfield
* Putting down Mr Darcy's proposal "She almost looked wild" "I had not known you a month before I felt that you were the last man in the world whom I could prevailed to marry" Aunt fay
- successful independent writer - travel - education Alice - marriage - education - success As in the text Pride and Prejudice and letters to Alice we can compare the autonomy of women which includes roles and life of women during Jane Austens period and during the time Letters to Alice was written. As the autonomy of women has changed over a long period of time, women are gaining independence however there is still a glass ceiling which prevents women from excelling in certain areas and this will still remain unless changes are made. Thank you
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