Jane Austen wrote the novel Emma PDF. It takes place in the fictitious country village of Highbury, as well as the surrounding estates of Hartfield, Randalls, and Donwell Abbey, and it centers on the relationships between members of a select few families.
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Emma PDF, Epub – Details And Review:
Emma Ebook received more favorable early reviews than any other of Austen’s works, and they were generally favorable. William Gifford, who was also the editor of the Quarterly Review and was John Murray’s reader, wrote about the book before it was published, “Of Emma I have nothing but good to say.”
Emma PDF Free is a popular Romantic Fictional Novel written by Jane Austen. The book was originally published on September 23, 1815. It follows the genre of Classic, Fiction, Romance, Historical Fiction, Historical. Emma has a rating of 4 Star Review on GoodReads.
Miss Taylor, Emma Mobi Woodhouse’s friend and former governess, has tied the knot with Mr. Weston. Emma decides that she enjoys matchmaking and takes credit for their marriage after introducing them. Emma pursues her new interest after returning to Hartfield with her father, despite the advice of her friend Mr. Knightley, who is also Emma’s older sister Isabella’s brother-in-law. She tries to match her new friend Harriet Smith with the local vicar, Mr. Elton.
Even though Harriet likes Robert Martin, a respectable, educated, and well-spoken young farmer, Emma convinces Harriet to decline his marriage proposal. A social climber named Mr. Elton makes the mistaken assumption that Emma is in love with him and proposes to her. He is appalled because he considers Harriet to be socially inferior when Emma reveals that she thought he was attached to Harriet.
About The Author (Jane Austen):
Jane Austen was an English novelist who is best known for her six major works, which are about the British landed gentry at the end of the 18th century. These works interpret, criticize, and comment on them.