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Essay heading: Views On Female Marriages
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Bingley and Jane, the eldest daughter also get married. Pride and Prejudice shows us the common people??s lives and ideas in the villages and towns in England under the state of occlusive society in the early 19th century. This novel, like a painting expressing social amorous feelings, not only had a great attraction to the readers at that time, but also gives us a particular joy of art while reading it nowadays...
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The heroine, Jane Eyre, is an unlovely and runty woman but with strong sensitive self-esteem. Jane lives in an environment of no parents and depends on her aunt Mrs. Reed for living. Her aunt dislikes her; her cousins look down upon her. However, all these sufferings cannot defeat her infinite confidence and adamancy...
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