• Emma (1996) - IMDb
  • Directed by Douglas McGrath
  • Jane Austen - Wikipedia

28/04/2015 · Jane Austen's real Mr Darcy unmasked by historian A new book will reveal the true identity of the man who inspired Austen's Pride and Prejudice heartthrob

Emma (TV Mini-Series 1972– ) - IMDb

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Dobbs throws herself into her role with an energetic, assured joy to match the personality of one of Austen’s great originals. Emma, financially secure enough not to need to marry, sublimates her romantic urges in self-deluded fantasies of brilliant matchmaking. She manages to misjudge everybody’s intentions, including her own — as brilliantly expressed in the emotionally confounded solo, “So This Is How Love Feels.”

Eloping During Jane Austen’s Time | Jane Austen's World

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Before he met Frances, the Earl was involved in a sordid sex scandal that led to divorce, which is thought to be behind a famous plot in another of Jane Austen's booked Mansfield Park.

 

Jane Austen’s Use of Language | Jane Austen's World

Jul 18, 2011 · journal questions writing prompts about point of view POV in jane austen’s novels emma and pride and prejudice why do …
Dr Law said: "It is clear that Jane Austen had very close links with the family. She sent Frances one of the first editions of Emma - when she only had 12 printed.

Emma Woodhouse has beauty, wealth, and a penchant for meddling in the love lives of others
With no chance to post this month, I reproduce in full Robert Hewitt’s review from of TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s Jane Austen’s Emma which I strongly recommend as well (playing through January 2, 2016 at the Lucie Stern Theatre in Palo Alto):