"A Room with a View" and "Jacob's Room"
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This paper compares and contrasts the characters within "A Room with a View" by E.M. Foster and "Jacob's Room" by Virginia Woolf. The characters Lucy and Jacob both represent two different classes of people in their contrast, but invariably present similar instances of independent lifestyles that stray from societal norms.
From the Paper:"In this literary study a character analysis in the novels A Room with A View by E.M. Foster and Jacob's Room by Virginian Woolf will be examined. The two characters Jacob and Lucy will be brought forth to reveal comparing and contrasting elements of class differentiation and their perceptions of life. While Jacob and Lucy both represent drastically different classes of people; they invariably reflect similar characteristics in how they achieve independence in their lives. In the novel Jacob's Room the main character Jacob represents a middle class individual who has a yearning desire to experience life. However, his middle class upbringing reveals the hardships of his life that he will ultimately face, especially due to his inexperience as a youth."
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