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Volume 3 Issue 1

June 2017

A New Insight in the Novels of Jane Austen
Ms. Jijina Mahajan, 
Assistant Professor, 
Department of English, 
BBK DAV College for Women, 
Amritsar, Punjab, India
This paper views the novels of Jane Austen from a new perspective and tries to portray how she raised the whole genre into a new level of art. In all her novels, one fabric runs common; she considers love and marriage to the fundamental problem of human life. This paper presents how marriage is a social institution, therefore places it in the larger social context. She has studied the theme of marriage in all her novels in contemporary England. In order to get her true vision of life it is necessary to study her novels in new light and to understand the impact marriage has on the marriageable persons and the married couples on one hand and on the society on the other.
Implication; Attitude; Restraint; Romantic; Insensitivity.
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