By Jane Austen, Stephen M. Parrish
The textual content reprinted during this re-creation of AustenвЂ™s comedic novel is predicated at the 1816 textual content, which has been rigorously edited in mild of later variations, together with the Chapman edition. ''Backgrounds'' offers an abundance of files that make clear Austen's existence and demonstrate a few of her inner most attitudes towards her writing. ''Reviews and Criticism'' provides a wide selection of views, either modern and up to date, together with essays by means of Sir Walter Scott, Henry James, A. C. Bradley, E. M. Forster, Robert Alan Donovan, Marilyn Butler, Mary Poovey, Claudia Johnson, Juliet McMaster, Ian Watt, and Suzanne Juhasz.В New to this variation are essays via Maggie Lane, Edward Copeland, and Linda Troost and Sayre Greenfield, the final of which discusses movie variations of Emma. A Chronology and chosen Bibliography are incorporated. .
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Miss Bates, let Emma help you to a little bit of tart—a very little bit. Ours are all apple tarts. You need not be afraid of unwholesome preserves here. I do not advise the custard. Mrs. Goddard, what say you to half a glass of wine? A small half glass—put into a tumbler of water? " Emma allowed her father to talk—but supplied her visitors in a much more satisfactory style; and on the present evening had particular pleasure in sending them away happy. T h e happiness of Miss Smith was quite equal to her intentions.
Thank you, sir, thank you; I am going this moment myself; and I think the sooner you got the better. " Mr. Woodhouse at last was off; but Mr. Knightley, instead of being immediately off likewise, sat down again, seemingly inclined for more chat. He began speaking of Harriet, and speaking of her with more voluntary praise than Emma had ever heard before. "I cannot rate her beauty as you do," said he; "but she is a pretty little creature, and I am inclined to think very well of her disposition.
He was a great deal too full of the market to think of any thing else—which is just as it should be, for a thriving man. What has he to do with books? And I have no doubt that he will thrive and be a very rich man in time—and his being illiterate and coarse need not disturb us. " "I wonder he did not remember the book"—was all Harriet's answer, and spoken with a degree of grave displeasure which Emma thought might be safely left to itself. She, therefore, said no more for some time. Her next beginning was, "In one respect, perhaps, Mr.
Emma by Jane Austen, Stephen M. Parrish