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Emma

Emma

  

by Jane Austen

Emma: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. Austen points out the ways that what constructs ridiculous expectations of people? -> Marriage
2. What is an agent of change? -> Marriage
3. What separates a gentleman from commoners? -> Political connections
4. What are/is the most obvious –and most important – differences between characters in Emma? -> Class structures
5. What is complicated? -> Morality

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