Gender in Charlotte Lennox's Sophia

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An essay that writes on how the role of gender works in Charlotte Lennox's novel "Sophia". This 18th century novel carries themes of female relationships, virtue, freedom, and other common themes of the 18th century. This paper will need to focus on how gender operates within the essay, primarily focusing on Sohpia's character, and how, as a women, she possesses agency due to her intelligence against her superficial sister, Harriot. The paper should be well written, reflecting at least an upper-division undergraduate with strong analytic skills. No outside sources needed. Simply 7-8 pages of analysis regarding gender in the novel.

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