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Q: marriage as an instrument of destruction in british victorian literature ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: marriage as an instrument of destruction in british victorian literature
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Books and Literature
Asked by: brynnlit-ga
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Posted: 29 Nov 2006 16:06 PST
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Question ID: 786766
i am writing a paper comparing emily bronte's wuthering heights and
thomas hardy's jude the obscure. i need help finding examples in the
text of jude the obscure (with page numbers noted) where marriage is,
in some way, even if indirectly, destroying each of the following:
sanity (suicides are a good example of this), love and/or affection
(including, but not exclusive to sexual desire), and happiness.
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