Emma

Emma

 

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Emma is one of Jane Austen’s most well-known and popular novels. First published in 1815, this comedy of manners explores sex, marriage, social status, and youth. It has spurred many modern adaptations in film, TV series, and stage plays.

Young Emma Woodhouse is handsome, rich, headstrong, and lively. After Miss Taylor, her former governess and best friend, retires to get married, Emma decides that she likes matchmaking and tries to enter into the profession.

“I may have lost my heart, but not my self-control. ”

She starts off by persuading her friend Miss Harriet to refuse a proposal from Robert Martin, a young farmer, although she likes him. She hopes she will instead marry Mr. Elton, the local vicar, even though he considers Harriet well below his social standing. Mistakenly taking Emma’s interest for love, Mr. Elton proposes to her instead.

Will Emma’s matchmaking abilities flourish or will she wreak havoc amongst her friends? If you want to learn more about Emma’s exploits, you will have to read this edition of Emma!

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Short Description

A young woman attempts to become a matchmaker and quickly places all of her friendships at risk in the pursuit.


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Emma Book Information

Imprint: Sastrugi Press Classics
Author: Jane Austen
ISBN: TBD (hardback), TBD (paperback), TBD (large print hardback), TBD (large print paperback)
Market price: $TBD (hardback), $TBD (paperback), $TBD (large print hardback), $TBD (large print paperback)
Formats: Hardback, Paperback, Large Print, eBook
Page count: TBD (regular print), TBD (large print)
Title code: 00234
Available in these countries: United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, United Kingdom

 


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Emma

Sense and Sensibility

Persuasion

Northanger Abbey

Mansfield Park


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About Jane Austen

Jane Austen (1775-1817) is one of the most famous female novelists in the English language. She wrote at a time when women could not legally sign contracts, so she had to publish her works anonymously. Several of her books have never been out of print since they were released. Her biting social commentary on British landed gentry continues to connect with today’s readers. Her novels have been adapted to movies, television shows, plays, and literary interpretations.