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Furthermore, it was considered unacceptable for a couple to marry outside of their social classes. Contrastingly, Heckerling modifies the concept of marriage to focus on idealistic romances of the 20th century, including notions of sexual freedom.
Austen portrays this through the characterisation of Emma Woodhouse, who has claims to a high social class through birthright.
She has an advantageous position as she is the daughter of an indulgent father and mistress of his household. Cher possesses the same sense of superiority through her wealth, appearance and other material possessions.
Josh epitomises the contemporary social responsibility, expressing his concerns by wearing Amnesty International pins, and taking an active interest in news. Although Heckerling changes the setting, prejudices against the lower classes still exists. Like Emma, Cher has preconceived perceptions about the various groups in the school.
Heckerling conveys the arrogance that Cher and Dionne possess as a result of their affluent lifestyle.
The role of women in the 19th century was severely limited. Social and economic status was dependant on father, husbands or brothers. Since most women yielded little political or financial power, marriage provided women with financial security and social acceptability.
The implications of spinsterhood are portrayed through the characterisation of Miss Bates. Pardon me — but you will be limited as to number — only three at once. Cher and her friends are able to seek love and happiness in their relationship without being dependent on marriage to provide status and security.
The values of marriage, social hierarchy and gender roles remain timeless and the process of transformation has modernised the way in which the story is embodied, extending its appeal to a more contemporary audience.
Choose Type of service.Character Transformation in and Jordie Margison # English E Prof. Orange Dec. 3, The film Clueless, written and directed by Amy Heckerling, is an adaptation of Jane Austen's novel Emma and closely parallels the story in terms of characterization and action.
Both of the main characters, Cher and Emma, are spoiled, high class snobs who, after undergoing a crisis brought on by. “From Emma to Clueless” informs, “in the critically despised ‘teenpic’ genre that emerged in the mids as a result of the fragmentation of mass cinema audiences into .
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Clueless + Emma In her transformation of the Nineteenth century novel Emma by Jane Austen into the modern film Clueless, Amy Heckerling reveals how society has changed over the last two centuries. Jul 19, · "Clueless" cast where are they, like, now?
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