A Room of One's Own, Virginia Woolf, Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus, Mary Shelley, quest for education, social beliefs, education system, prejudice, women education
While analyzing A Room of One's Own and Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus, the quest for education among the youth in England and the prejudices they had to overcome in their quest to receive an education will be explored. The characters will elaborate on various social and system hurdles they had to overcome in the process of gaining an education.
How did young men and women of A Room of One's Own and Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus overcome society and system prejudice in their quest to achieve an education in the early 20th century ?
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[...] However, at the end of the chemistry experiment, Waldman dismissed the discoveries of the alchemist terming them Ancients. This disturbed Victor to the extent he decided to visit Professor Waldman in private to further discuss his concern. Waldman assured him that, he had great credit for the alchemist as they formed the basis through which modern natural science philosophers build their philosophy (Shelley). In conclusion, this analysis shows that early education achievements were acquired through a lot of pressure. Those who sought to acquire knowledge had to be strong enough to overcome social prejudices and systematic hurdles. [...]
[...] It is a view of what is held as socially acceptable by the largest number of people in society. Prejudices refer to a preconception of an idea without reason or without having an experience of the issue at hand. Education system guidelines refer to the set of regulations that govern the education process in learning institutions. These guidelines have a direct effect on the learning process of students in learning institutions. According to Mary Shelly, the society surrounding the youth of the early 20[th] century expected them to pursue education through the modern educational approach. [...]
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[...] A Room of One's Own - Virginia Woolf (1929); Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus - Mary Shelley (1818) - The Quest for Education Introduction While analyzing A Room of One's Own and Frankenstein or, the Modern Prometheus the quest for education among the youth in England and the prejudices they had to overcome in their quest to receive an education will be explored. The characters will elaborate on various social and system hurdles they had to overcome in the process of gaining an education. [...]
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