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How did the novel explore and depict the worlds of women? Explain by giving three examples.
During the period of 18th-century women also participated in reading the novels. The readership among women increased rapidly. This happened because the middle-class society became stable and women had leisure time which they started utilising by reading novels.
Explanation: Following are the three examples:
a) Jane Austen wrote a novel that encourages women to be independent. By reading such novels, they thought highly of them and became more confident.
b) Charlotte Bronte too was an English writer whose novels had a message describing women who broke establishing norms of society before adjusting to them.
c) Women with their own experiences wrote about their domestic family life and their emotions. They also described and thought about their Identities, experience and problems. They became more vocal and expressive.
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