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Anges Gray (Cód: 8028905)

Anne Brontë||


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In her Introduction to an edition of 'Agnes Grey,' Barbara A. Suess writes 'Bronte provides a portrait of the governess that is as sympathetic as her fictional indictment of the shallow, selfish moneyed class is biting.' Anne Bronte relies on her own personal involvement in her duties as a home teacher to bring Agnes Grey to life. Agnes, a rector's daughter, must take employment as a governess to help her family make financial ends meet. But her situations with the spoiled, self-obsessed Bloomfield children and later with the ruthless Murray family forces her into a lonely, humiliating experience that is a wearying one extraordinarily blossoming into a romantic relationship with the local vicar, Edward Weston. Agnes' concern for her family brings her to these unfortunate trials where she suffers stupid and egotistic proprietors and their over-indulged progeny. She was not able to foresee the hardships she would have to undergo along with the class snobbery to which she was also subjected. And yet a career as a governess was the only 'respectable' job available to an unmarried woman in Victorian England. Bronte's simple and uncomplicated rendition of these sordid affairs made circumstances surrounding such brutish conditions authentic enough to necessitate investigation and improvement.


Peso 0.00 Kg
Produto sob encomenda Sim
Idioma 337
Acabamento e-book
Início da Venda 11/05/2004
Código do Formato Pdf
Cód. Barras 9781595472816
Ano da Publicação 104
AutorAnne Brontë||