Title: "Be a governess! Better be a slave at once!" - The Governess in the Victorian Age. A comparative analysis of a passage of Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte (1847) and No Name by William Collins (1862), The Governess by Rebecca Solomon (1854) and The Po...
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Although she has an acknowledged status, she does not completely fit in her environment. She is different from other servants concerning social rank and education, and though belonging to the same social class (sometimes even belonging to a higher social level, being an aristocrat working in the house of a "bourgeois") as the family, she has to work out of economic reasons...
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Yet for one of them ? Agnes Grey ? there is another reason: "To go out into the world; to enter upon a new life; to act for myself, to exercice my unused facilities; to try my unknown powers." This is because Agnes does not respond to the situation of her family with the disheartenment of her father, mother and sister...
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