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Emma (1994)
Front Cover Book Details
Jane Austen
Publication Date 1994
Format Hardcover (63 x 110 mm)
Publisher Penguin Group (USA)
Emma is the story of the eponymous Miss Woodhouse who, having lost her close companion Anne Taylor to marriage, sets out on an ill-fated career of match-making in the town of Highbury. Taking as her subject the pretty but dreary Harriet Smith, she manages to cause misunderstandings with every new tactic she employs. Though precious and spoilt, Emma is charming to all around her and so it takes her some time to learn her lesson and profit from spending less time worrying about how other people should live their lives.

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Personal Details
Collection Status In Collection
Index 182
Read It Yes
Links Barnes & Noble
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Product Details
Dewey 823.7
ISBN 0140620109
Cover Price 2,00 €
Nr of Pages 368
First Edition No
Rare No
Original Details
Original Publication Year 1994