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doc Ê Emma author Jane Austen ☆ Paperback â ➝ Emma free download ➢ Author Jane Austen – An alternative cover of this ISBN can be found hereEmma Woodhouse is one of Austen's most captivating and vivid characters Beautiful spoilt vain and irrepressibly witty Emma organizes the livesVes of the inhabitants of her sleepy little village and plays matchmaker with devastating effec 936 from 1001 Emma Jane AustenEmma by Jane Austen is a novel about youthful hubris and the perils of misconstrued romance The story takes place in the fictional village of High bury and the surrounding estates of Hart field Randalls and Donwell Abbey and involves the relationships among individuals in those locations consisting of 3 or 4 families in a country village The novel was first published in December 1815 while the author was alive with its title page listing a publication date of 1816 As in her other novels Austen explores the concerns and difficulties of genteel women living in Georgian–Regency England; she also creates a lively comedy of manners among her characters and depicts issues of marriage gender age and social statusعنوان اما؛ نویسنده جین اوستین؛ انتشاراتیها اردیبهشت، نی، نیک فرجام، پارمیس، آویدا، نظری، آهنگ فردا، آتیسا، آریاسان ادبیات؛ تاریخ خوانش دهم ماه آوریل سال 2010میلادیمترجمها خانمها و آقایان «روشن آقاخانی، نشر اردیبهشت، 1362، در 208ص»؛ «رضا رضایی، نشر نی، چاپ سوم 1388؛ در 560ص چاپ نهم 1392»؛ «آرزو خلجی مقیم، نیک فرجام، 1395، در 469ص»؛ «الهه مرادپور، پارمیس، چاپ اول 1392؛ چاپ دوم 1395، در 568ص»؛ «شقایق حسین زاده؛ ساری، آویدا، 1391، در 60ص»؛ «شعله بنی آدم، نشر نظری، 1390، در 104ص»؛ «میروحید ذن‍وبی‌؛ آهنگ فردا، 1396، در 459ص»؛ «آرمانوش باباخانیانس، تهران، آتیسا، 1396، در 496ص»؛ «امیر رمزی، آریاسان، 1396، در 459ص»؛ اما وودهاس، دختری ست خوش‌قلب، ولی خیالباف، که خیال می‌کند، همه‌ ی آدمها را می‌شناسد، و می‌تواند سرنوشت آن‌ها را رقم بزند؛ به تدریج پرده‌ ی پندار کنار می‌رود، و «اما» در جریان رخدادها، از خودفریبی، به خودشناسی می‌رسد؛ «جین آستین» در این رمان اوج هنر طنز خود را به نمایش گذاشته است؛تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 28061399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

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Vating and vivid characters Beautiful spoilt vain and irrepressibly witty Emma organizes the li My interpretation of the first 60 pages of EmmaOh my dear you musn't think of falling for him He's too crude and crassOh my dear Emma you are perfectly correct I shan't give him another thoughtOh my dear that's good because I would have to knock you flat on your arse if you were considering someone of such low birthYawn I tried but life's too short Plus I like 'em crude and crassCross posted at This Insignificant Cinder

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Emma author Jane AustAn alternative cover of this ISBN can be found hereEmma Woodhouse is one of Austen's most capti This is a book about math mirrors and crystal balls and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise Village life? Sorta The lives of the idle rich? I mean sure but only partially and incidentally Romance? Barely A morality tale of the Education of Young Lady? The young lady stands for and does many important things than that These things provide the base of the novel the initial bolt of fabric the first few lines of a drawing that set the limits of the author to writing about these thousand things rather than the other million things that lie outside those lines They are the melody to which the symphony will return again and again but with variations so you’ll never uite hear it again with perfect simplicity You just have to recognize them to be able to understand the rest of the piece And that is all The melody is never the point the point is everything that comes in between each time it repeats which then dictates why the repetition is different the next time it all plays out You can’t just tune out everything that comes in between Because then you’ll miss the story about math mirrors and crystal balls I missed it the first time around and I’m sort of upset that I did because this part of the story is way engaging Let’s talk math first First time I ever wanted to do that without moaning with boredom so already points JA Austen’s work sets up fascinating euations that keep building and building on top of each other until you get one of those fantastically scary creations that cover the entire wall of a room where the genius who wrote it all out is leaping up and down exhausted all “Eureka I’ve done it” only in this case the genius can actually explain it to you in a way that makes her efforts seem worth it Once you understand the first couple operations of the euation then it’s easy to see where the next ones come from But to bring it down out of the world of the abstract what I mean is that I think Austen is absolutely brilliant at decoding every little minute detail of the duties privileges guilts obligations and routines that go into human relationships Just like how in math if you add instead of multiply in one part of an euation it screws the whole thing Austen shows us why one simple infraction of this delicate balance in relationships is such a major drama and can screw the whole thing for you Yes it’s one simple action and no matter how justified it is that you forgot one thing amongst the fifty things you’re supposed to do your answer is wrong and all the other correct work you did is completely invalidated Red mark Final You’re wrong and you know it and everyone knows it and to put this in Sorkinese you just have to stand there in your wrongness and be wrong She reveals the little town of Highbury or even really just the upper echelons of its ruling class to be a labyrinth of constant choices where there are fifteen steps that one has to go through to narrow down your options This is where its sort of about village life in that you can’t just do a straight cost benefit analysis in any direct way because you will have to deal with the conseuences of that action every day and it will materially affect your life in way that you can’t avoid like you could with a anonymous society or one in which people moved around Of course there isn’t as much action as other novels It takes so much time to get through the lead up and the aftermath of every decision and every time you skimp on any of it it comes back to bite you in the ass When Emma tries to go out to dinner depending on the situation she’s got a different set of a million uestions to answer andor tasks to complete When it’s the one where she goes over to a couple’s house who are “in trade” and therefore her social inferiors she’s got to come up with formulas that a make it okay for her to want to be invited in the first place b make it okay for her to want to refuse it then simultaneously c make it okay for her to want to accept it then d figure out a way to see to her invalid father’s comfort she has to ask him to go go through a whole thing where she tries to persuade him even though she knows he won’t and shouldn’t come then she arranges a dinner party for him while she’s out then she has to arrange that those coming will be comfortable because her father has a tendency to starve people at dinner because he thinks he’s helping them be healthy then e make sure that she’ll be received in a style that befits her she is invited to dinner while “the lesser females” the term Austen uses are only invited later in the evening then f finally practically arrange for herself to get there and get home which you would think would really be the only thing to worry about the first place Even when she’s going out to dinner with her best friends down the street she’s still got to worry about her father’s comfort the harmony of her difficult family relationships and who is conveying who by what carriage and why She has a confrontational thing with Mr Knightley outside when he comes on his horse rather than in his carriage which is made worse in that it follows up the reveal that he only used his carriage to go to the other party to convey the “lesser females” which is actually a big plot point that the whole thing turns on Mrs Weston thinks that for Knightley to be so thoughtful he must be in love with Jane but no Mr Knightley just understands math better than anyone and comes up with the right answer times than anyone as wellI think it’s interesting that its brought up several times that Emma is always “meaning to read ” or improve herself to live up to the model of Jane that is always before her the character who is perhaps only second to Mr Knightley in