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10 thoughts on “Emma by Jane Austen

  1. says:

    Loved itWhy don't I read classics? I'll definitely need to read her other booksThe BBC tv show was also adorable

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    “I may have lost my heart but not my self control”Personally I may have lost my self control but not my heartMy motivation to read this book stemmed from JK Rowling stating that this was one of her favourite books A few years ago I read my first Jane Austen which was Pride and Prejudice and I really enjoyed itI thought Emma couldn't be that bad it's a popular classic and its rating is good To be honest i

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    This is a book about math mirrors and crystal balls and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise Village life? Sorta The lives of the id

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    Austen paints a world of excess She’s just so fucking brilliant That much so I found the need to swear The sarc

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    My interpretation of the first 60 pages of EmmaOh my dear you musn't think of falling for him He's too crude and crassOh my dear Emma you are perfectly correct I shan't give him another thoughtOh my dear that's good because I would have to knock you flat on your arse if you were considering someone of such low birthYawn I tried but life's too short Plus I like 'em crude and crassCross posted at This Insignificant Cind

  6. says:

    before she began writing this novel JA said ‘i am going to take a heroine whom no one but myself will much like’ and s

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    936 from 1001 Emma Jane AustenEmma by Jane Austen is a novel about youthful hubris and the perils of misconstrued romance The story takes place in the fictional village of High bury and the surrounding estates of Hart field Randalls and Donwell Abbey and involves the relationships among individuals in those locations consisting of 3 or 4 families in a country village The novel was first published in December

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    My dear Jane Austen I hope you don’t mind that I write to you expressing my gratitude for your brilliant handl

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    35 stars rounded up because of the narrationI've noticed a lot of people hate Emma She's spoiled by her circumstances and self absorbed in a way that only someone who hasn't really known any sort of hardships can be And I get why she isn't the heroine that anyone is really rooting for in a serious way Because if the book had ended with Emma alone with her father it wouldn't have really broken my heart But here's the thing I found

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    Jane Austen famously wrote I am going to take a heroine whom no one but myself will much like My initial take Truer words Jane Truer words Emma is wealthy and beautiful the ueen bee of society in her town and boss of her household

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Hrough her mistakes that Emma finds humility wisdom and true love Told with the shrewd wit and delicate irony which have made Jane Austen a master of the English novel Emma is a comic masterpiece whose fanciful heroine has gained the affection of generations of reader. My dear Jane Austen I hope you don t mind that I write to you expressing my gratitude for your brilliant handling of words And as the post office is an object of interest and admiration in your novel Emma I thought a letter would be the adeuate way of communicating my thoughtsI must start by confessing that I don t like your heroine at all Obviously this sounds like a harsh judgment on a classic character like Emma Woodhouse and I wouldn t have dared to be as honest with you as I am had I not been convinced that you dislike her even than I do For I can at least accept some of her conceited ignorance as a direct effect of the prejudice of her era whereas you had to deal with her as a contemporary It hardly helped at all that you gave her an antagonist in Mrs Elton who exceeded Emma s vanity and narcissismI struggle to find anything justifiable in the lifestyle displayed in Emma and if I needed any proof that English class society was as parasitic as it was idiotic your description of the idle life of the whole set of characters is perfectly enough to make me feel happy that I have not been born a lady with prospects in England in the early 19th century If Jane Fairfax worst fate is to use her education to teach young children and her best luck is to be married to a character like Frank Churchill I personally see no big difference between her heaven and my hellAs for Emma s clueless and spoiled behaviour she is the strongest case against the reasonableness of Mr KnightleyMy dear Jane Austen as you can see I didn t care for any of your characters which I found to be dull arrogant deceitful and just plain stupid I didn t care for the idea that bliss is marrying into a situation that gives you the right to bully others and look down on people whose family tree isn t fashionable enough I certainly didn t care about Emma s meddling in her friends lives to the point of telling one of her friends that she would not be able to see her any if she married a certain man considered low I didn t care for the happy end with all those marriages magically matching the couples according to their social statusWhy do you ask dear Jane Austen and rightly so did you devour the novel then if it has so little meritI did it because it had the same effect as a well scripted soap opera I wanted to know who ended up with whom despite my shudders and I continued to follow Emma from misconception to misconception in paralysed fascination with the vulgarity of her mind It had one extremely important advantage compared to a soap opera though and that is where you may take credit my dear Jane Austen It had funny sarcastic moments and it was a delightful tribute to the beauty of the English language That is than any soap opera can achieve So thank you for thatAs I am uite a fan of your other novels titles combining two main ideas in alliterations I have been thinking about how to create an ABC of Emma using the same literary device First I thought the title must unmistakably be Art and Arrogance being an adeuate description of Emma s schemes Then I thought about the awkwardness of the characters As they are constantly mistaken about each other s intentions and feelings I settled for Blush and Blunders In the end though my dislike of the general worldview on display in the novel made me go for the C optionCLASS AND CLOWNERYIn my mind that is what Emma should be rightly called and I hope you don t mind my being so honest with you my dear Jane Austen for just like your lovely character Mrs Elton I claim that I am no flatterer and I will make up my own mind about things As you know that is highly unusual and very brave but not very modest especially in a society which deals in classic literature where your novels are part of the aristocracyI will be closing my letter by expressing my infinite gratitude Without Emma I wouldn t have realised how incredibly lucky I am to be able to call people from all walks of life my friends how blessed I am to have a family in which euality is the major basis for attachment in which my profession is a source of pride and happiness and steady incomeWithout Emma I might have forgotten how dull it is to be spoiled and privileged and superiorYours trulyThe devoted reader whose family tree will probably prevent you from reading the letter

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Often considered Jane Austen's finest work Emma is the story of a charmingly self deluded heroine whose naive matchmaking schemes often lead to substantial mortification Emma handsome clever and rich with a comfortable home and happy disposition seemed to unite some o. Loved itWhy don t I read classics I ll definitely need to read her other booksThe BBC tv show was also adorable

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F the best blessings of existence; and had lived nearly twenty one years in the world with very little to distress or vex her Her own great fortune has blinded Emma to the true feelings and motivations of others and leads her to some hilarious misjudgments But it is t. My interpretation of the first 60 pages of EmmaOh my dear you musn t think of falling for him He s too crude and crassOh my dear Emma you are perfectly correct I shan t give him another thoughtOh my dear that s good because I would have to knock you flat on your arse if you were considering someone of such low birthYawn I tried but life s too short Plus I like em crude and crassCross posted at This Insignificant Cinder