Emma (Classic Lines)

Emma (Classic Lines)

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Emma (Classic Lines)Emma (Classic Lines)

“I will take a courageous woman whom nobody however myself will much like,” proclaimed Jane Austen when she composed Emma. In any case, things being what they are perusers cherished Emma Woodhouse, a “nice looking, sharp, and rich” young woman who appreciates intruding in others’ lives- – until she almost makes her very own wreck. Austen’s pointed take a gander at sentimental disasters and matchmaking, economic wellbeing in the Georgian age, and the significance of basic human graciousness remains a delight to peruse.

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