English 2033E Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Ferris Wheel, Shredded Wheat, Corn Flakes

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Marmie is making it clear that her expectations in marrying for love and virtue are opposite to those of mrs. moffatt: the underlying principle is how we look at adult authority in general. This is just one of several examples of marmie"s authority being upheld in relation to the girls (constructed as less wise and knowledgeable) Eg. when amy is punished at school, marmie explains to her where she went wrong, how she can improve. The girls are defined by their sinful attributes, and marmie (as an adult) has had more time to overcome those sins and is able to teach the girls. It is a good strategy to underline the key words in the quotation and incorporate those quotes into your discussion. First golden age of children"s literature: 1865, alice. When war broke out in 1914, the time was seen as a loss of innocence.

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