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Emma

Emma

  

by Jane Austen

Related History & Literature on Shmoop

Available to teachers only as part of the Emma Teacher Pass


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Sample of Related History & Literature on Shmoop


  1. Emma
    Take a look at the pages for Austen's novel Emma to get a sense of how marital drama plays out from the point of view of the rich and famous-in-their-own-neighborhood. Here you will find insights into its characters, thematic concerns, writing style, and much more.

  2. Jane Austen
    Explore these biographical pages to learn more about Ms. Austen's career, family, loves, wit, wisdom, and untimely death.