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Emma (Annotated) - Jane Austen, Douglas Patten
Emma (Annotated)
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Emma Woodhouse is young, smart, wealthy and has very little with which to occupy her time…until she takes an interest in matchmaking. Overestimating her abilities, Emma leaves chaos in the wake of her influence as she discourages her friend Harriet toward an advantageous match in order to set her... show more
Emma Woodhouse is young, smart, wealthy and has very little with which to occupy her time…until she takes an interest in matchmaking. Overestimating her abilities, Emma leaves chaos in the wake of her influence as she discourages her friend Harriet toward an advantageous match in order to set her up with a more socially acceptable husband. As Emma learns that she cannot co
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Format: Kindle Edition
ASIN: B00HQ0GNX0
Publisher: Literati Press
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
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Moonlight Reader
Moonlight Reader rated it
5.0 A Slow Read of Emma
I usually read fast. More difficult books do take me longer, but as a general rule, I can read pretty much anything in six to seven days. When I embarked on a reread of Emma, I decided, initially, to listen to the audiobook and read along with my annotated copy. I was going to do a chapter a night. ...
Jacquel Chrissy May
Jacquel Chrissy May rated it
5.0 Emma (Annotated)
Emma is a must-read for anyone who enjoys history and intrigue. Just about every other scene in the book is a simple pleasure unto itself. It was hard to put down!
Degrees of Affection
Degrees of Affection rated it
4.0 Emma (The Annotated Edition) - These people are out to kill me!
This book nearly killed me. I have limited tolerance for stupidity and man, did these people exceed it constantly. I came so close to throwing this book against the wall again and again but I couldn't because this volume is seriously a dangerous weapon. It's heavy and if you are planning to read thi...
deborahmarkus7
deborahmarkus7 rated it
5.0 The Annotated Emma
Perfect -- the book itself, of course, but also this particular edition. I recommend it for the reader who has pretty much memorized Austen's texts and is looking for some fun in the footnote department. The annotation would drive anyone else up the wall.
demerson19
demerson19 rated it
5.0 The Annotated Emma
Jane Austen fans will lovingly quibble over which of her novels is the best. "Pride and Prejudice" is a universal favorite (and my personal choice), while "Sense and Sensibility" has a strong following behind it. But scholars often point to "Emma" as her finest work. It is her longest work and she e...
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