Text Strategy in Elizabeth Gaskell’s "Ruth". The Stated and the Unstated


Term Paper (Advanced seminar), 2006

15 Pages, Grade: 2,0

Mona Engl (Author)


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Contents

Introduction

1. Influences on Elizabeth Gaskell’s representation by her public and private life

2. What does the text say?
2.1. Illegitimate children
2.2. The double sexual standard
2.3 Religious hypocrisy

3. Unspoken words
3.1. The figure of the prostitute is never mentioned
3.2. Foreshadowing Ruth’s fall and pregnancy
3.3 Living for the future and facing the past
3.4. Ruth’s death

Conclusion

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Title
Text Strategy in Elizabeth Gaskell’s "Ruth". The Stated and the Unstated
College
University of Potsdam  (Anglistik/Amerikanistik)
Course
Images of Victorian Womanhood in Art and Literature
Grade
2,0
Author
Year
2006
Pages
15
Catalog Number
V315235
ISBN (eBook)
9783668141988
ISBN (Book)
9783668141995
File size
423 KB
Language
English
Keywords
Victorian, Womanhood, Literature, text strategy, Images, Elizabeth Gaskell, Ruth
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Mona Engl (Author), 2006, Text Strategy in Elizabeth Gaskell’s "Ruth". The Stated and the Unstated, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/315235

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