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Jane Austen's Emma

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Released in 1815, Emma became the forth of six completed published works by author Jane Austen

Book Details:
Authorship: Jane Austen (1775-1817)
Publish Year: 1815
Total Chapters: 55

Cast of Characters:

Primary Characters:
Miss Emma Woodhouse - Daughter of Mr. Woodhouse, self-proclaimed match-maker
Mr. George Knightley - Gentleman, brother-in-law to Emma
Miss Harriet Smith - Emma's friend and resident of the local boarding school
Mr. Frank Churchill - Stepson of Mrs. Weston, son of Mr. Weston, heir to Mrs. Churchill's fortune
Miss Jane Fairfax - Niece of Miss Bates, comtemporary of Emma

Supplementary Characters:
Mr. Woodhouse - Father of Emma and Isabella
Isabella Knightley - Sister to Emma, sister-in-law to George Knightley and wife of John Knightley
Mr. John Knightley - Brother of George Knightley, brother-in-law of Emma and husband of Isabella
Mrs. Weston - Step-mother of Frank Churchill
Mr. Weston - Father of Frank Churchill
Mrs. Churchill - Wealthy aunt and guardian of Frank Churchill, sister-in-law to Mr. Churchill
Miss Bates - Friend of Mr. Woodhouse and aunt of Jane Fairfax
Mr. Elton - Local vicar
Mrs. Elton - Wife of Mr. Elton
Mr. Robert Martin - Local farmer and friend of Mr. George Knightley

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