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THE ROLE OF A WOMAN IN THE NOVEL OF ROMANTIC PERIOD

Mirhat Aliu

Abstract


Women have a very important role in every aspect of life, and that might be the social aspect, the treatment aspect, the communication aspect, or any other aspect of life. Therefore, in this topic of my choice – I will try to define the importance of a woman in the Romantic Period, including some different opinions from different authors on what specifically they applied in terms of the role of women. I will also try to describe at some very important points about how a woman was treated back in the time of Romantic Period, taking on consideration the novel of Jane Austen about Pride and Prejudice – to see the importance and the role of a woman. Also I am going to describe how a woman is treated today, and finally I will give the possibility to elaborate on whether a woman has the freedom to give the free thought and the free speech, and exactly all the questions regarding this issue will be given below.

Keywords: Women, Romantic Period, Freedom, etc.


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