Emma By Jane Austen
by Jane Austen
Emma Woodhouse seems perfectly content with a loving father, friends, and a comfortable home. But she has a terrible habit -- matchmaking. When she becomes intent on finding a suitor for her friend Harriet Smith, the men end up attracted to Emma herself, much to Harriet's humiliation. Emma is perhaps Jane Austen's most complex character. Her hubris and capacity for self-delusion in the (mis)management of other people's affairs sets the table for a satisfying comedy of self-discovery.
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- Sayre Street Books, December 2014
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