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The End Austen died before putting the final polish on Persuasion. She was only forty-one.
Her influence is endless. The pen remains in her hand.
So asks the Earl of Kent when Shakespeare's great and fallen King Lear appears carrying the murdered Cordelia in his arms. Given the recent spate of American tragedies, Kent's question seems terrifyingly timely. This only a few weeks after Hurricane Sandy left over a hundred people dead and tens of thousands homeless.
Were this a literary text, the repetition of names -- Hurricane Sandy and Sandy Hook -- would be symbolic. The name "Newtown" is also haunting.
It is supposed to signal beginnings. It now represents a gruesome end. How fitting that, according to some interpretations of the Mayan calendar, "the promised end" of the world will take place any second now. On a more mundane note, we are undoubtedly approaching the end of For me, this means the end of my semester, the end of my Jane Austen course and the end of this particular column.
Fear not, dear readers. So long as the Mayan calendar proves wrong, I will continue blogging for the Huffington Post and writing other articles. But this is my last official installment of the "Jane Austen Weekly. The novel itself is littered with the dead. Like Emma Woodhouse, the heroine Anne Elliot has lost her mother.
At least six other would-be characters have expired. Among the living, injuries abound. Anne's nephew falls and dislocates his collar-bone; Louisa Musgrove falls in Lyme and is "taken up lifeless!
Smith is crippled from "severe rheumatic fever"; Captain Harville is a "little lame" and in "want of health"; Admiral Croft develops gout; even the indefatigable Mrs. Croft has a blister on her heel "as large as a three shilling piece. Like Lear's Cordelia or CinderellaAnne Elliot is the worthiest, the quietest, and the most neglected of three sisters.
She is elegiac and mournful.
Nearly eight years before the novel opens, Frederick Wentworth proposed to her and she refused him, despite their mutual adoration. Her attachment and regrets had, for a long time, clouded every enjoyment of youth; and an early loss of bloom and spirits had been their lasting effect.
In addition to love, youth and beauty, Anne has lost socioeconomic influence. In Persuasion the nineteenth-century "one percent" is on its deathbed. High birth no longer guarantees stability or success. Anne is the daughter of a baronet, like the Bertram children in Mansfield Park.
But her idiotic father is so strapped for cash he has to rent out his estate.
Eight years earlier, Lady Russell persuaded Anne to reject Wentworth because it was "a very degrading alliance" for a young woman "of birth. Meanwhile, Anne -- older, poorer and quickly headed for spinsterhood -- must submit to "the art of knowing [her] own nothingness.This portrayal of women has a negative effect on our culture, especially on young women, who feel pressured to look and act a certain way in order to attract men.
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