Emma Sarah Bevan Fischer

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Published: March 5th 2015

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281 pages


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Emma  by  Sarah Bevan Fischer

Emma by Sarah Bevan Fischer
March 5th 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 281 pages | ISBN: | 5.48 Mb

In this modern version of Jane Austens classic I have taken a few liberties with the plot, but essentially the story remains the same- one of a small town girl, tied to the place of her birth through her responsibility to a sick parent. Emma needsMoreIn this modern version of Jane Austens classic I have taken a few liberties with the plot, but essentially the story remains the same- one of a small town girl, tied to the place of her birth through her responsibility to a sick parent.

Emma needs an outlet for her talent, and has more opportunity to realise her potential than she would have had two centuries ago. Yet Emmas inclination to meddle in the love lives of others is a strong temptation, opposed only by the wise counsel of the boy next door Mr.

Knightley.This story follows Emmas coming of age, and her struggles to come to terms with the restrictions imposed by her parochial life. Above all the story is a love story. Emma has always been intended for the dashing Frank Churchill, yet, when she finally meets him, there is something that doesnt entirely jell between them. She likes him, yes. He is fun and entertaining, and he flirts outrageously with her at every opportunity, but...Slowly Emma comes to realise that her old friend, and confident George Knightley is the man for her, but not before she has inadvertently fixed him up with her best friend Harriet Smith.

Emma realises the folly of her ways when the truth finally hits her…if George Knightley is to marry anybody it should be Emma Woodhouse.Emma, by Jane Austen, is one of my favourite novels. To my mind Emma is a wonderful character. She is clever, but, without occupation, her imagination turns to ill-conceived interference in the lives of others. I have always felt, though, that Emma is a loveable character, despite her shortcomings. It requires a good heart to remain at home to care for an elderly relative, and Emma performs this service without complaint. George Knightleys pragmatism provides the perfect counterbalance to Emmas, understandable, but rather snobbish attitudes.

He loves her despite her faults, and through his routine correction of the same, manages to make Emma a better, more humble person.



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