“Emma” by Jane Austen is considered a great novel due to its sharp wit, complex characters, and insightful commentary on societal norms and human nature. Austen’s writing is known for its irony, subtle humor, and ability to draw readers into the world of her characters. The novel also explores themes of class, romance, self-delusion, and the dangers of interfering in the lives of others. Additionally, the novel’s protagonist Emma Woodhouse is a strong, independent woman whose flaws and mistakes make her relatable and endearing to readers.

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We loved talking about “Emma” again. Is it Jane Austen’s best work? Is Mr Knightley a g-word for shaping the character of a 13 year old girl until she’s old enough to marry? Other questions!

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