Emma (Penguin Classics)

The fruits of Jane Austen's genius, a glowing comedy of affection and marriage
Beautiful, smart, rich—and single—Emma Woodhouse is completely content material along with her existence and sees no use for both love or marriage. not anything, in spite of the fact that, delights her greater than interfering within the romantic lives of others. but if she ignores the warnings of her buddy Mr. Knightley and makes an attempt to rearrange an appropriate fit for her protegee Harriet Smith, her conscientiously laid plans quickly get to the bottom of and feature outcomes that she by no means anticipated. With its imperfect yet captivating heroine and its witty and refined exploration of relationships, Emma is usually obvious as Jane Austen's so much faultless work.

For greater than seventy years, Penguin has been the major writer of vintage literature within the English-speaking international. With greater than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a world bookshelf of the easiest works all through historical past and throughout genres and disciplines. Readers belief the sequence to supply authoritative texts stronger by means of introductions and notes by means of individual students and modern authors, in addition to updated translations through award-winning translators.

Show description

Quick preview of Emma (Penguin Classics) PDF

Similar British Literature books

The Sacred and Profane Love Machine (Penguin Books)

Swinging among his spouse and his mistress within the sacred and profane love computing device and among the charms of morality and the excitements of sin, the psychotherapist, Blaise Gavender, occasionally needs he may perhaps divide himself in . in its place, he shall we unfastened distress and confusion and—for the spectators at any rate—a morality play, wealthy in reflections upon the paradoxes of human lifestyles and the character of the conflict among sacred and profane love.

A Word Child

After years of obscurity in a Bayswater flat, Oxford graduate Hilary Burde ha the chance to make amends for a grievous offense which he dedicated twenty ye prior.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Other Stories

Robert Louis Stevenson initially wrote "Dr. Jekyll And Mr Hyde" as a "chilling shocker. " He then burned the draft and, upon his wife's recommendation, rewrote it because the darkly complicated story it really is this present day. Stark, skillfully woven, this attention-grabbing novel explores the curious turnings of human personality during the unusual case of Dr.

Sense and Sensibility (Penguin Classics)

Jane Austen's first released paintings, meticulously built and gleaming together with her targeted witMarianne Dashwood wears her middle on her sleeve, and while she falls in love with the speeding yet incorrect John Willoughby she ignores her sister Elinor's caution that her impulsive behaviour leaves her open to gossip and innuendo.

Extra info for Emma (Penguin Classics)

Show sample text content

The happiness of pass over Smith used to be particularly equivalent to her intentions. pass over Woodhouse used to be so nice a personage in Highbury, that the chance of the creation had given as a lot panic as excitement; however the humble, thankful little woman went off with hugely gratified emotions, extremely joyful with the affability with which omit Woodhouse had taken care of her the entire night, and truly shaken palms along with her finally! bankruptcy IV. Harriet Smith’s intimacy at Hartfield was once quickly a settled factor. speedy and made up our minds in her methods, Emma misplaced no time in inviting, encouraging, and telling her to come back quite often; and as their acquaintance elevated, so did their delight in one another. As a jogging spouse, Emma had very early foreseen how necessary she could locate her. In that recognize Mrs. Weston’s loss were vital. Her father by no means went past the shrubbery, the place divisions of the floor sufficed him for his lengthy stroll, or his brief, because the yr different; and because Mrs. Weston’s marriage her workout were an excessive amount of restrained. She had ventured as soon as on my own to Randalls, however it used to be no longer friendly; and a Harriet Smith, for this reason, one whom she may summon at any time to a stroll, will be a necessary addition to her privileges. yet in each recognize as she observed extra of her, she authorized her, and used to be proven in all her sort designs. Harriet definitely was once no longer shrewdpermanent, yet she had a candy, docile, thankful disposition; used to be for free from conceit; and merely aspiring to be guided via anybody she regarded as much as. Her early attachment to herself was once very amiable; and her inclination for solid corporation, and gear of appreciating what was once dependent and shrewdpermanent, confirmed that there has been no wish of style, although power of figuring out must never be anticipated. Altogether she used to be rather confident of Harriet Smith’s being precisely the younger good friend she wanted,—exactly the anything which her domestic required. this kind of pal as Mrs. Weston used to be out of the query. such may by no means be granted. such she didn't wish. It used to be really a special kind of thing,—a sentiment specific and self sustaining. Mrs. Weston was once the thing of a regard which had its foundation in gratitude and esteem. Harriet will be enjoyed as one to whom she can be worthy. For Mrs. Weston there has been not anything to be performed; for Harriet everything. Her first makes an attempt at usefulness have been in an endeavour to determine who have been the oldsters; yet Harriet couldn't inform. She was once able to inform everything in her strength, yet in this topic questions have been useless. Emma used to be obliged to fancy what she cherished; yet she may perhaps by no means think that during an identical state of affairs she shouldn't have stumbled on the reality. Harriet had no penetration. She were sat isfied to listen to and think simply what Mrs. Goddard selected to inform her; and regarded no farther. Mrs. Goddard, and the lecturers, and the ladies, and the affairs of the college quite often, shaped clearly a good a part of her dialog, —and yet for her acquaintance with the Martins of Abbey-Mill Farm, it should have been the full. however the Martins occupied her strategies much: she had spent more than happy months with them, and now enjoyed to speak of the pleasures of her stopover at, and describe the various comforts and wonders of where.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.58 of 5 – based on 23 votes

About admin