Emma in love Jane Austen"s Emma continued by Emma Tennant

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Published by Fourth Estate in London .

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StatementEmma Tennant.
ContributionsAusten, Jane, 1775-1817.
The Physical Object
Pagination229 p. ;
Number of Pages229
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17795685M
ISBN 10185702527X
LC Control Number96080715
OCLC/WorldCa35898372

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The sequel to Jane Austen’s best-loved novel, Emma, by the author of the international best-seller ‘Pemberley’. This is the story of Emma two years after she has married Mr Knightley. There may be harmony between them but Emma is frankly bored/5. Far from being adventurous, "Emma in Love" treads overtrodden ground as simply a twisted romance novel, and comes close to desecrating a classic author's grave (to use a melodramatization worthy of the Austen heroine Catherine Morland).

Rereading the original will do you a world of good, especially to cleanse the mind from dreck such as this/5(8). Emma in Love Paperback – June 1, by Honor Arundel (Author)4/5(1).

Emma hates the creature she's become - pleading for more attention and love, jealous of all his She likes her new independence and the chance to organize the lives of everyone around her.

Everyone that is, except Alastair - whose absence leaves /5. Emma in love Hardcover – January 1, by Honor Arundel (Author)4/5(1). Emma in Love (Piccolo Books) Paperback – February 9, by Honor Arundel (Author)4/5(1). Emma in love: Jane Austen's Emma continued. [Emma Tennant; Jane Austen] -- This is the story of Emma two years after she has married Mr Knightley.

There is. Emma expects Knightley to tell her he loves Harriet, but, to her delight, Knightley declares his love for Emma. Harriet is soon comforted by a second proposal from Robert Martin, which she accepts.

The novel ends with the marriage of Harriet and Mr. Martin and that of Emma and Mr. Knightley, resolving the question of who loves whom after by: 3.

Emma, fourth novel by Jane Austen, published in three volumes in Set in Highbury, England, in the early 19th century, the novel centres on Emma Woodhouse, a precocious young woman whose misplaced confidence in her matchmaking abilities occasions several romantic misadventures.

Emma persuades Harriet to refuse a marriage proposal from Robert Martin, a respectable, educated, and well-spoken young farmer, though Harriet likes him. Elton, a social climber, mistakenly believes Emma is in love with him and proposes to her. When Emma reveals she believed him attached to Harriet, he is outraged, considering Harriet socially : Jane Austen.

Emma now thinks she is in love with Frank, but his letters to Mrs. Weston make Emma think also that she can do without him. Meanwhile her attention is taken up with Harriet and the arrival of Mrs. Augusta Elton, who has ease without elegance, is vain and overly talkative, and proves to.

Knightley is surprised as well—he was convinced that Emma was in love with Frank; he departed for London to cool his feelings for her, and he has returned thinking she would need comfort. He has moved from resigned despair to perfect happiness in half an hour. Emma's consideration towards her father is one of her redeeming attributes.

Mrs. Weston, formerly Miss Taylor, was Emma's governess before she married Mr. Weston. She and Emma love each other and are close friends.

She serves as a mother figure for Emma and Family: Mr. Woodhouse (father), Mrs. Woodhouse (mother). Emma convinces her to fall in love with Mr. Elton. You’ve got to give the girl credit, though – she may fall in love too easily, but she doesn’t fall out of it. Austen’s narrator manages to use this moment to poke a few jabs at Harriet’s character as a whole: "[Emma] had talked her into love.

Emma in love. [Honor Arundel] -- Sixteen-year-old Emma suffers through her first emotional involvement with a boy she meets on a summer archaeological dig. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

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All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.4/5(1). Emma in love Dall’autrice del bestseller Odio l’amore, ma forse noEmma, dopo mesi di estenuanti ricerche, ha finalmente trovato lavoro: è appena stata assunta da un’importante agenzia pubblicitaria e, come se non bastasse, il suo capo, Davide Romeo, è un uomo bellissimo/5(52).

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Emma convinces Harriet to fall in love with Mr. Elton. She paints Harriet’s picture (with Elton watching). Elton writes a riddle for Harriet’s riddle-book. Harriet gets sick. Elton proposes to Emma instead of Harriet. Mourning the loss of her love, Harriet mopes for weeks.

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The book is about the troubles Emma causes when she tries matchmaking.

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