Essay heading: "Be a governess! Better be a slave at once!" - The Governess in the Victorian Age. A comparative analysis of a passage of Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte (1847) and No Name by William Collins (1862), The Governess by Rebecca Solomon (1854) and The Po...

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Her vision of a second home, with a "kind, warm-hearted matron" is soon shattered. The parents are impolite and behave condescendingly towards her, the children resemble little devils who ? having soon discovered the weak sides of their tutor ? take pleasure in exhausting her with little power games, constant opposition and extreme obstinacy...
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Her vision of a second home, with a "kind, warm-hearted matron" is soon shattered. The parents are impolite and behave condescendingly towards her, the children resemble little devils who ? having soon discovered the weak sides of their tutor ? take pleasure in exhausting her with little power games, constant opposition and extreme obstinacy...
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