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"emma Clueless Comparitive Study"

Summary: The transformation of Jane Austen's novel `Emma' to a 20th century film entitled `Clueless' by Amy Heckerling allows for the same themes of social structure and personal growth to be universally conveyed in a modern situation. The themes associated and catalysing the transformation, including social structure, self realisation, marriage and relationships is enhanced by the techniques each of the composers use alongside satire and irony.

The transformation of Jane Austen's novel `Emma' to a 20th century film entitled `Clueless' by Amy Heckerling allows for the same themes of social structure and personal growth to be universally conveyed in a modern situation. Though the themes generally remain the same, the way in which they are valued, both from the characters within the texts and from the viewing society has altered. Critically comparing these values in association to their context has allowed for a greater understanding of social behaviour from both today's society and the society of Jane Austen's era. This comparison has also lead to an understanding of how the context in which these texts were derived from has changed.

Jane Austen's `Emma' has been adapted to another form, still conveying similar meanings. With the change in society their has been a change in context of situation, resulting in a...

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