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    Need to discuss title of the novel and whether the novel persuades the reader that anne is capable of critiquing her own society. not sure where to start.

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    This is a great book. Jane Austen is one of the most famous 19th century authors of her time (and continues to be famous today). The fashion in which she writers her novels are very powerful and riddled with insight and candor of a time once passed.

    To begin this paper, the first thing I would do is concentrate on the word Persuasion and what this word means. Obviously the definition doesn't change from century to century, however the fashion in which Austen uses this word in her book is important to her story. So I would have your first step be to evaluate the word, in the context that Austen portrays in her novel. In Austen's book, ...

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    The expert examines Jane Austen's persuasion novels.