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Gender and Sexuality in Society in the Works of Charlotte Bronte Thesis

… Gender and Sexuality in Society in the Works of Charlotte Bronte

The gander roles issue in Charlotte Bronte's writings is one that arises often right from the beginning. Jane Eyre, an autobiographical book is one that comes under the influence of this subject to deeper level than the others because the novel is indeed partly autobiographical. Villette is another novel that places gender roles at the center of its issues. The feminine protagonists in both novels are actually under the influence of the writer's own experiences of gender issues in the nineteenth century England. As Mary a. Ward writes in the Introduction to the Haworth edition of Villette: "The imagination is at least the fruit of the experience; for the poet weaves with all that…. [read more]


Human Nature That People Essay

… Far from being biological in origin, identities are constructed by the society that a person lives in.

Gender and biological differences of gender are not so clear. Gender differences are a social construction created by humans who like to have clarity in their lives. In reality, although biological differences do exist they do not necessarily indicate differences of roles or demarcation of capacities. More so, there are a large number of individuals who are intesexed and it is difficult to tell whether they are male or female. Given these facts the popular the view that there are only two genders in a dichotomous relationship need not necessarily be so.

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Fine, C. " sex and premature speculation" in Delusions of gender: the real science behind…. [read more]


Abbe Prevost's Tale of Manon Term Paper

… Grace Poole bent over the fire, apparently cooking something in a saucepan. In the deep shade, at the farther end of the room, a figure ran backwards and forwards. What it was, whether beast or human being, one could not, at first sight, tell: it grovelled, seemingly, on all fours; it snatched and growled like some strange wild animal: but it was covered with clothing, and a quantity of dark, grizzled hair, wild as a mane, hid its head and face.

The real strength of Manon Lescaut as a novel and of Manon as a character is that she convincingly combines the virtues of all of the Jane Eyres of the pre-Romantic and Romantic movements as well as all of the Bertha Masons. She is…. [read more]


Color Purple- Film and Book Term Paper

… But feminism in Bronte's work has been suppressed because of the societal restrictions in Victorian age. In most parts of the novel, the author has exercised restraint on her urge to openly and actively speak against the restrictions that Victorian society imposed on women and has refrained successfully from showing her feminist side, still there are some occasions where she has been very daring and brave. For example, in the following paragraph Bronte has openly revealed her thoughts regarding pettiness of women's role in Victorian age and what is ought to be:

It is in vain to say human beings ought to be satisfied with tranquility: they must have action; and they will make it if they cannot find it... Women are supposed to be…. [read more]


Social Control of Girls Term Paper

… Social Control of Girls -- the prisons of institutions

Policing female sexuality in the guise of rehabilitating fallen women and punishing female criminals has been virtually synonymous since the birth of the institution of the prison. In Victorian England, "a female penitentiary was not a penal institution for the punishment of crime, but a charitable enterprise" (Mumm 1996:1). It was supposedly entered voluntarily by fallen women who were prostitutes. The purpose of these institutions, and more religiously based institutions like the Anglican Magdalene Houses, run by women who had taken a vow of chastity, was to teach the prostitutes the error of their ways, and to reeducate them in their roles as 'proper' women. The women were lower class, their patrons were usually middle or…. [read more]


Victorian Women Literature in 19Th Century Chapter

… ¶ … social legacy and literary work of Victorian women. In the 19th, many Victorian women are very popular century because of their literary contributions during the era. Typically, Victorian women produced vast number of sensational and sentimental romantic poems and novels throughout the 19th century. While a large number of women had been recognized as writers, some women were handpicked as Victorian writers of poems and novels. The most prominent Victorian writers include poets Christiana Rossetti, and Elizabeth Barrett, novelists Mary Elizabeth, Charlotte Bronte and George Eliot. Elizabeth Barrett was one of the leading prominent Victorian writers. Christina Rossetti also received a critical praise as one of the best important poets of her time. Typically, Christina Rossetti produces variety of devotional and romantic poems…. [read more]

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