La abolición del patriarcado en la obra de Jane Austen y su representación en las adaptaciones fílmicas = The abolition of patriarchy in the work of Jane Austen and its representation in film adaptations

Romero González, Irene
The influence of Jane Austen’s novels goes beyond literature, reaching a support that she didn’t even come to know: the film. In her novels, Austen introduces pioneering feminist ideas making son that make one of the first women who tried to change the habits and customs of her peers. This work examines the vindication of female independence and the abolition of patriarchy in her novels and in six film adaptations. To do this, studies how Austen eliminates patriarchy because it is not good for the emancipation of women and how adaptations of her work represent heroines far away from parental authority and submission ​
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