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    I've chosen a question on feminism for my a level coursework as I enjoy these texts. To what extent can the themes of feminism be explored in pride and prejudice and Jane Eyre? i was wondering what texts i could compare this with, how i could analyse the language and find good criticisms to structure a good piece of coursework ?
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    (Original post by geek4ev15)
    I've chosen a question on feminism for my a level coursework as I enjoy these texts. To what extent can the themes of feminism be explored in pride and prejudice and Jane Eyre? i was wondering what texts i could compare this with, how i could analyse the language and find good criticisms to structure a good piece of coursework ?
    I think you need to change your title. Feminism isn't a theme, it's a critical theory. So maybe something like "to what extent can a Feminist Reading be applied to the presentation of sexual violence against women in [insert texts]" (for example).

    I'm also confused... You already have two texts mentioned. Why do you need others?

    Well, I would say reword your essay title first. And then you can break your points down. So for example, my coursework title was "Explore the Corruption of Morality and its Consequences in Othello, Dorian Gray and Enduring Love."
    My 3 points were: motives for corruption, the effects on the individual and finally, its devastating consequences.

    Find out what you want to focus on in particular when it comes to feminist literary theory and then you should have a better idea of what your coursework will be.

    More than happy to help!
 
 
 
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