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    • Adaptations of Austen: How Does Multimedia Impact Our Ability to Read Between the Lines of "Pride and Prejudice" and "Emma"? 

      Wiesenberg, Elka Basya (New York, NY. Stern College for Women. Yeshiva University., 2020-05-06)
      This paper will explore the experience of reading an Austen novel, specifically the effects of narrative style, including Austen’s narrator and free indirect discourse, and study the original novels, followed by the listed ...
    • ENGL 2921H: Jane Austen in Her Time 

      Nachumi, Nora (Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, 2022-09)
      Jane Austen’s novels have been called “timeless” in the sense that they still appeal to readers today. In this course we examine the assertion by considering the novels as products of their time. In this course we will ...
    • Reading clearly: Jane Austen’s heroines’ ability to read 

      Rosenfeld, Sarah (Yeshiva University, 2023-04-27)
      Through my in depth analysis and close reading of Northanger Abbey and Emma I had discerned a connection between the reading abilities of Jane Austen’s heroines’ and their success. I have found that Austen does this in ...