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Emma

Emma

by Jane Austen

Wealth Quotes

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Quote #10

The very first subject after being seated was Maple Grove, "My brother Mr. Suckling's seat;"—a comparison of Hartfield to Maple Grove. The grounds of Hartfield were small, but neat and pretty; and the house was modern and well-built. Mrs. Elton seemed most favourably impressed by the size of the room, the entrance, and all that she could see or imagine. "Very like Maple Grove indeed!—She was quite struck by the likeness! (32.18)

Emma hates Mrs. Elton for comparing wealth so blatantly – but she frequently judges people in exactly the same way!

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