Romantics and Victorians: Literature 1789-1870
Order Description1.‘Had Elizabeth been able to encounter his eye, she might have seen how well the expression of heart-felt delight, diffused over his face, became him’ (Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice, 1813)
Explore the representation of desire and/or the gaze in” rel=”nofollow”>in Jane Austen’s works (e.g. <Pride and Prejudice>, <Emma>, etc.) and Charles Dickens’s works (e.g. <Oliver Twist>, <Great Expectations>etc.). . (It can be other works of these two authors).
2.‘Not as she is, but as she fills his dream.’ (Christin” rel=”nofollow”>ina Rossetti, ‘In an Artist’s Studio’, 1856)
Explore constructions of gender and sexuality in” rel=”nofollow”>in George Eliot’s works (e.g. <Middlemarch>, <The Mill on the floss> etc.) and Mary Wollstonecraft’s works (e.g. <The Rights of woman>, <The Wrongs of Woman> etc.). (It can be other works of these two authors).
Write a 1000 words for each questions