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Paper Id: IJCIRAS1958
Title: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FANNY BURNEY'S "EVELINA" AND "CECILIA": REFLECTIONS OF LATE 18TH-CENTURY ENGLISH SOCIETY
Published in: International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies
Publisher: IJCIRAS
ISSN: 2581-5334
Volume / Issue: Volume 6 Issue 8
Pages: 4
Published On: 1/29/2024 2:14:08 AM      (MM/dd/yyyy)
PDF Url: http://www.ijciras.com/PublishedPaper/IJCIRAS1958.pdf
Main Author Details
Name: Dr. A. Arun Daves
Institute: Jawahar Science College, Neyveli
Co - Author Details
Author Name Author Institute
Dr. D. Gift Christopher Dhanaraj Jawahar Science College, Neyveli
Abstract
Research Area: Languages and Literature
KeyWord: Fanny Burney, Evelina, Cecilia, 18th-Century Society, Gender Roles, Class Distinctions, Moral Virtue, Satire
Abstract: This research paper embarks on a comprehensive exploration of Fanny Burney's two influential novels, Evelina (1778) and Cecilia (1782), examining their thematic congruities and divergences and placing them within the socio-cultural context of late 18th-century England. These novels serve as multifaceted mirrors reflecting the intricacies of a society in the throes of change. This paper scrutinizes the interwoven themes that permeate both works, focusing on the tension between individual virtue and societal expectations. Evelina and Cecilia, the heroines at the heart of these narratives, embody the moral and societal dilemmas faced by women in their respective positions within society. Their character developments reveal nuanced portrayals of the challenges and opportunities present for women during this era. Burney's use of satire emerges as a key lens through which she critiques the upper classes' affectations, hypocrisies, and moral ambiguities. By dissecting the satirical elements in each novel, we gain insights into Burney's incisive social commentary. To appreciate the depth of Burney's observations, we must consider the historical and social milieu of late 18th-century England, marked by Enlightenment ideals, political upheaval, and the persistence of traditional norms. Burney's novels emerge from this backdrop, offering readers a nuanced perspective on societal transformation.
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Dr. A. Arun Daves, Dr. D. Gift Christopher Dhanaraj, "A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FANNY BURNEY'S "EVELINA" AND "CECILIA": REFLECTIONS OF LATE 18TH-CENTURY ENGLISH SOCIETY", International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies, vol. 6, no. 8, pp. 1-4, 2024.
MLA Dr. A. Arun Daves, Dr. D. Gift Christopher Dhanaraj "A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FANNY BURNEY'S "EVELINA" AND "CECILIA": REFLECTIONS OF LATE 18TH-CENTURY ENGLISH SOCIETY." International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies, vol 6, no. 8, 2024, pp. 1-4.
APA Dr. A. Arun Daves, Dr. D. Gift Christopher Dhanaraj (2024). A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FANNY BURNEY'S "EVELINA" AND "CECILIA": REFLECTIONS OF LATE 18TH-CENTURY ENGLISH SOCIETY. International Journal Of Creative and Innovative Research In All Studies, 6(8), 1-4.
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FANNY BURNEY'S "EVELINA" AND "CECILIA": REFLECTIONS OF LATE 18TH-CENTURY ENGLISH SOCIETY
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