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Emma

by Jane Austen

Emma
Read Time: 10.5 to 14.5 hours (157565 words)
Emma Woodhouse lives in happiness and wealth. She’s young, beautiful, witty and spoiled, but charming. Emma is twenty, and doesn't look for love and marriage for herself. But she’s passionate about matchmaking for others. However, her meddling in the lives of others causes some complications that reveal that Emma isn’t as talented at matchmaking as she thought. Both funny and serious, with unexpected twists, lively characters, subtly explored feelings and relationships,...
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Emma Woodhouse lives in happiness and wealth. She’s young, beautiful, witty and spoiled, but charming. Emma is twenty, and doesn't look for love and marriage for herself. But she’s passionate about matchmaking for others. However, her meddling in the lives of others causes some complications that reveal that Emma isn’t as talented at matchmaking as she thought. Both funny and serious, with unexpected twists, lively characters, subtly explored feelings and relationships, and also a discerning portrayal of the manners of the beginning of the 19th century, make this novel one of most valued among Jane Austen's books. Like with all her stories, this one also brings up social issues, like the status of illegitimate children.

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Title Emma
Author Jane Austen
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Language English
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