27 comparative study elizabeth & elinor

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Comparison of two characters from two different novel from romantic age.

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  • HI Saryu,
    Your topic is very innovative. And you made very well presentation.And you also put important point on your PPT. And with the help of images we can easily understand both character.And another things are that you are going through in deep in both the character.
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  • Hi Saryu,
    First I would like to say that your topic is very innovative. And you gave justice to the topic. You very well compared both the female characters of different time. And the use of smart art is also very appropriate. And Saryu, one thing I want to ask that is there any similarity between both the female characters ?
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27 comparative study elizabeth & elinor

  1. 1. Comparative Study: Elizabeth & Elinor Name: Saryu D. Baraiya Subject:The Romantic Literature (Paper-V) Roll No: 27 Study: M.A. Year: Semester – II Submitted to: Department of English University: Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavnagar University
  2. 2. Comparative Study: Elizabeth & Elinor Elizabeth Lavenza Elinor Dashwood ‘Frankenstein’ ‘Sense and Sensibility’
  3. 3. Comparative Study: Elizabeth & Elinor Elizabeth  Not even mention in title.  Adopted by Frankenstein Family.  Has no personal identity at all.  Introduced as a gift for main male character,Victor Frankenstein. Elinor  Title represents character of Elinor.  Elder daughter of Dashwood Family.  Has identity and own family.  Introduced as an only wise and mature daughter of Dashwood Family.
  4. 4. Comparative Study: Elizabeth & Elinor Elizabeth Victor Elizabeth HenryMonster Elinor Elinor & Marianne Margaret Edward Ferrars Colonel Brandon John Willough by
  5. 5. Comparative Study: Elizabeth & Elinor Elizabeth  Expressive in nature. Elinor  Unexpressive in nature.
  6. 6. Comparative Study: Elizabeth & Elinor Elizabeth  She fights for her love.  “Oh, isn't it convenient? Or doesn't it fit in with your plans? Don't you ever think of anything or anyone than yourself?”  “You'll lose me if you don't..” Elinor  She never tries to fight for her love.  “But I did not love only him; -- and while the comfort of others was dear to me, I was glad to spare them from knowing how much I felt. Now, I can think and speak of it with little emotion. I would not have you suffer on my account;”
  7. 7. Comparative Study: Elizabeth & Elinor Elizabeth  Marriage life: Becomes rezone of death. Elinor  Marriage life: Becomes rezone of happiness.
  8. 8. Comparative Study: Elizabeth & Elinor Elizabeth  At the end of the novel she meets with a death. Elinor  At the end of the novel she gets married with her lover and live happy life.
  9. 9. Thank you….

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