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"Emma" by Jane Austen is a charming and witty novel that follows the story of the young, wealthy, and self-assured Emma Woodhouse as she navigates the complexities of relationships and social conventions in 19th century England. Austen's sharp wit and keen eye for human nature are on full display in this novel, making it a delightful and engaging read.

The character of Emma is both endearing and flawed, making her a compelling protagonist to follow. Her misguided attempts at matchmaking and meddling in the affairs of others lead to humorous and sometimes disastrous consequences, but ultimately serve to teach her valuable lessons about herself and those around her.

Austen's writing is both elegant and accessible, and her keen observations about society and human behavior still resonate with readers today. The novel's exploration of themes such as love, class, and the nature of true friendship are timeless and continue to resonate with readers of all ages.

Overall, "Emma" is a delightful and entertaining novel that offers a fascinating glimpse into the social mores and manners of Regency England. Austen's wit and wisdom shine through in this beloved classic, making it a must-read for fans of historical fiction and literature alike.

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Emma, "belle, intelligente et riche" a une fâcheuse tendance a vouloir marier les autres. Ce qu'elle va d'abord faire pour sa sœur, puis sa gouvernante, miss Taylor. Mais la voilà seule, avec son père âgé, veuf et très craintif, voir hypocondriaque. Son ami, M. Knightley essaie de la raisonner en l'empêchant d'avoir cette manie de marier ses proches. Pourtant, ses plans semblent relativement bien fonctionner. Qui sera donc sa prochaine protégée ? Et elle, songera-t-elle à se marier un jour ? - Summary by Laurette

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