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By Thomas J Rountree

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CliffsNotes on Emma explores a satiric novel that stabs at manners and social sessions, all of the whereas supplying leisure in a delicate comedian tone and sharing a lesson for the moralist.

Following the heroine’s gradual and bumpy progress from self-deception to self-knowledge, this research consultant presents summaries and commentaries on each one bankruptcy in the three-volume plot structure. 

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  • Introduction to and synopsis of the novel
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Weston she now feels “that to be the favorite and intimate of a guy who had such a lot of intimates and confidantes, used to be now not the first actual contrast within the scale of shallowness. ” this can be awake attention. An subconscious variety, handled with out satire, is available in the concluding scene with George, for for the time being Emma relates her satisfied emotions towards George in simple terms to his rescue of Harriet and to his agreeing along with her approximately Harriet and the Eltons. bankruptcy III precis the subsequent morning Emma feels that Mr. Elton’s mild of the evening sooner than will remedy Harriet of her infatuation. Emma additionally doesn't remorse that she's going to now not see Frank, who should be again at Richmond via the center of the day. She is hence stunned while Frank seems with a fainting Harriet on his arm. After Harriet has truly fainted, Emma learns that on a morning stroll alongside the Richmond street her beautiful good friend has met with and been bullied through a celebration of gypsies, from whom Frank has fortunately rescued her. while Harriet recovers, Frank needs to cross on his belated manner and Emma ponders upon how doubtless “every factor united to vow the main fascinating results” for Harriet and Frank. yet she contents herself that she is going to “not stir a step, nor drop a touch” to extra her want: it is going to be “a mere passive scheme. ” in the meantime a caution in regards to the gypsies is unfold over Highbury, although the gypsies have moved quickly off earlier than the town’s younger girls may start to panic. observation the real motion of this bankruptcy isn't that which happens thoroughly “offstage” with the gypsies, yet that which offers Emma’s still-developing personality. She is as a lot a schemer as ever, yet her scheming is now converted. attempting to inform herself that she has practiced “enough of interference,” she hopes to stay to passive wishing. Her mind's eye is as powerful as ever, yet she is a minimum of attempting to do something about her willfulness. bankruptcy IV precis a number of days later Harriet seems to be with a small parcel in her hand, pointing out that she will now see not anything notable in Mr. Elton and displaying Emma that the parcel is marked with “Most necessary treasures” at the most sensible. Taking from it a bit of court docket plaster and the top of an previous pencil which had belonged to Mr. Elton and which she has rigorously stored, she throws them in the back of the hearth for Emma to determine. now not many days later on Harriet says that she is going to by no means marry after which maintains inaudibly yet with the ultimate phrases: “so more advantageous to Mr. Elton! ” From their conversing in very basic and obscure phrases, Emma concludes that her buddy is in love with Frank and either cautions and encourages her, considering that, even though he's her more suitable, such an attachment is “no undesirable factor for her pal. ” statement The motion of this bankruptcy speaks for itself, yet one should still observe the curious mix of pathos and bathos within the personality of Harriet and observe additionally the conflictive parts in Emma, who in a single breath feels disgrace for her half within the Elton affair and within the subsequent breath encourages her pal alongside an identical line.

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