Emma

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The happiest of love stories, the most fiendishly difficult of detective stories and a matchless repository of English wit Thus comments Ronald Blythe, adding that Emma was the climax of Jane Austens genius and the Parthenon of fiction. Jane Austen would have, no doubt, demurred in her cool, ironic way at this verdict; she herself wrote that she was planning to take a hero The happiest of love stories, the most fiendishly difficult of detective stories and a matchless repository of English wit Thus comments Ronald Blythe, adding that Emma was the climax of Jane Austens genius and the Parthenon of fiction. Jane Austen would have, no doubt, demurred in her cool, ironic way at this verdict; she herself wrote that she was planning to take a heroine in Emma which no one but myself would like. Vital, interesting, complex and predisposed to play a power game with other peoples emotions, Emma is none the less one of Jane Austens immortal creations. Dominating the novel as she dominates the small provincial world of Highbury, her forays into the matchmaking arena bring her up sharply against the follies of her egotism and selfishness. The consequent crisis, her bitter regrets and the novels happy resolution are plotted with Jane Austens incomparable art in this sharp and gloriously sparkling comedy of self-deceit and self-discovery.

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The happiest of love stories, the most fiendishly difficult of detective stories and a matchless repository of English wit Thus comments Ronald Blythe, adding that Emma was the climax of Jane Austens genius and the Parthenon of fiction. Jane Austen would have, no doubt, demurred in her cool, ironic way at this verdict; she herself wrote that she was planning to take a hero The happiest of love stories, the most fiendishly difficult of detective stories and a matchless repository of English wit Thus comments Ronald Blythe, adding that Emma was the climax of Jane Austens genius and the Parthenon of fiction. Jane Austen would have, no doubt, demurred in her cool, ironic way at this verdict; she herself wrote that she was planning to take a heroine in Emma which no one but myself would like. Vital, interesting, complex and predisposed to play a power game with other peoples emotions, Emma is none the less one of Jane Austens immortal creations. Dominating the novel as she dominates the small provincial world of Highbury, her forays into the matchmaking arena bring her up sharply against the follies of her egotism and selfishness. The consequent crisis, her bitter regrets and the novels happy resolution are plotted with Jane Austens incomparable art in this sharp and gloriously sparkling comedy of self-deceit and self-discovery.
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Title Emma Height 17.8
Jane Austen Width 2.5
ISBN-13 9780140430103 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0140430105 Spine Width
Publisher Penguin Books Pages 480
Edition Availability In Stock

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