LPoythress, September 27, 2009 (view all comments by LPoythress)
Jane Austen is a delight to read, and 'Emma' is no exception to the rule. Full of laughter, drama and romance, Austen uses 'Emma' to take a heavy subject (clash of social-classes) and break it down into the silly mess that it is. 'Emma' is the story of a young girl who spends a majority of her time attempting to match her newest friend with a man to marry. After too much meddling and hurting other people, Emma decides to take a break from match-making. It is then that Emma and her friend discover who they truly love...
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