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Imagine entering an enormous narrow hall one side totally covered with mirrors the other a plain white wall reflecting nothing but the light Chairs are set up along the mirrored side therefore when you sit down you are facing the white wall Just think how many of you would take a seat and how many of you would prefer to stand and groom yourself in the mirror before entering the exhibition I guarantee majority would prefer to be able to take the opportunity of the mirrors to reapply lip colour apply mascara or alter a hairstyle Believe it or not the world is forever becoming more obsessed with appearance and I chose the mirror affect as an introduction to my exhibition titled Vanity When people are the center of attention and feel they are important they often succumb to vanity In both Emma and Clueless this is certainly the case Emmas indulgent father her status in society and her own self-importance has meant that she succumbs easily to the flattery of others But Emma is not the only one Frank Churchill is convinced that his charm will overshadow his deception and Mrs Elton is sure her status as a married woman makes her a superior human being In the case of Clueless Cher feels that her beauty and wealth makes her a special person and her indulgent fathers praise of her persuasive powers of getting her own way only increases her sense of her own value Christian too has obvious pride in his suave manners and good looks I believe that vanity is a major theme throughout Emma and Clueless however it is even more essential and fore grounded in Clueless than Emma We all know that Vanity existed in both texts and comparisons can be made however vanity really plays a vital role in Clueless and the reason is that Amy Heckerling has utilized the theme to say something new But the
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