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This student essay consists of approximately 7 pages of analysis of Emma and Clueless.
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Emma and Clueless: A Comparative Analysis

Summary: Provides a comparative study of Emma, written by Jane Austen and Clueless, a film written and directed by Amy Heckerling. Explores the values associated with each work. Considers to what extent the study of transformations applies to each work.
In comparing your two texts, you will have become aware of how the contexts of the texts have shaped and their form and meaning. Of more interest perhaps, is a comparison of the values associated with each text. To what extent has this point of view been you experience in you study of transformations"

In comparing the two texts, Emma written by Jane Austen and Clueless written and directed by Amy Heckerling, it is notable that the contexts of texts shape their form and meaning. For this reason, Emma utilises the written medium to insinuate the values and paradigms of the early nineteenth century such as marriage, social status, charity and image. Conversely, the appropriation of this novel, Clueless, utilises the visual medium to exemplify the values of the late twentieth century. Juxtapositioning the two texts allow responders to compare and contrast the evolution...

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