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Her work represents the feminization of Fielding ' s art . It involved , of course , a
tremendous diminution of Fielding ' s range . The whole world of his time was
open to Tom Jones ; the only one open to Fanny Burney was that accessible to a
The central character is Fanny Price , who also represents right behavior , Miss
Austen ' s own values . Her position in the Bertram household . is ambiguous .
Lady Bertram ' s niece and ward , she is the poor relation in permanent residence
The money power he represents drags classes higher , as well as lower , than his
own into his orbit ; he can buy an aristocratic young woman as his second wife .
But Dombey , though he does not know it , himself represents a form of power in ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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