Emma Book By Jane AustenThe first paragraph introduces Emma Woodhouse, the main character, as “handsome, clever, and rich,” yet she is also rather pampered. Due to the recent marriage of her previous governess, Emma, who takes great satisfaction in her matchmaking skills, adopts Harriet Smith, an illegitimate orphan, with the intention of marrying her off to Mr. Elton, the vicar. She is so sure of herself that she convinces Harriet to turn down a young farmer’s proposal, even though the girl would make a far better companion.
cunning.” “Just for Mr. Elton, one more, papa. Alas, Mr. Elton! You think Mr. Elton is cute, dad. I have to find him a wife. It would be a shame to see him alone any longer because no one in Highbury deserves him. He has been here for a whole year and has furnished his home so comfortably. Additionally, I noticed that when he was joining their hands today, he very much looked like he would like the same kind office done for him! I have nothing but admiration for Mr. Elton, and this is the only thing I can do to help him.”
“I have a lot of respect for Mr. Elton since he is a very good and attractive young man. However, my dear, ask him to join us for dinner one day if you want to show him some love. That is going to be a lot better. It’s possible that Mr. Knightley will be willing to meet him. Mr. Knightley laughed and replied, “With great pleasure, sir, at any time, and I completely agree with you that it will be a much better thing.” Ask him to