New Age Classics-Emma

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SKU / ISBN No 9788122439472
Product Title New Age Classics-Emma
Board CBSE
Subject English
Class Class 12
Publisher New Age International Pvt. Ltd.
Author Jane Austen
Publication Year 2016
Edition Revised Edition
Weight 460 gms
Binding Paper Back
Exam Reference Text Books

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Book Description: Emma as an outstanding novel, reveals jane nusien s skuiui sense 01 pioi-maiuiig. 11 nas an engaging story and also a well-structured plot. Its actions and events take place in the context of a social and familial situation such as a ball, a dinner, a summer holiday etc. Emma and other characters are continuously exposed to these changing events which affect them and show the shift in their attitudes and their ways of looking at life. The theme of Emma is admittedly the endeavour of match-making. However, its subject is essentially ‘marriage’. Emma begins on a note of one marriage, of Miss Taylor to Mr. Weston and ends with three marriages. But the theme of the novel is the educative experience of the heroine. Emma blunders through the various stages of her efforts and experiences of match making and establishing viable personal relationships. In fact, the entire progression of the story may tersely be described as the education or miseducation of Emma. Her problems arise from her inexperience, her naivet'e, her lack of awareness of love and sex and her egotism. She is up against a society whose values are shifting and she doesn't realise this. But despite all this, Jane Austen writes about her as, "I am going to take a heroine whom no one but myself will much like.” Emma is rather spoiled, headstrong and self-satisfied, being ‘handsome, clever and rich". The novel is all about these things.

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