EMMA

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A STORYBOARD OF EMMA

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  • VOCABULARY
  • "He's perfect for you." (feeling Cupid)
  • "He's perfect for you."
  • "Really?"
  • MORAL LESSON
  • "This is not pleasant to you, Emma--and it is very far from pleasant to me; but I must, I will,--I will tell you truths while I can, satisfied with proving myself your friend by very faithful counsel, and trusting that you will some time or other do me greater justice than you can do now."
  • EXPLANATION
  • "If I loved you less I might be able to talk about it more."
  • "Perhaps it is our imperfections that make us so perfect for one another."
  • INROAD - an encroachment or intrusion He might not be aware of the INROADS on domestic peace to be occasioned by no housekeeper's room, or a bad butler's pantry, but no doubt he did perfectly feel that Enscombe could not make him happy, and that whenever he were attached, he would willingly give up much of wealth to be allowed an early establishment.
  • The lesson is not to meddle in other people's lives. Emma is bored yet imaginative. But if we try to dig in deeper, she only meant well.
  • The heroine "Emma" is somewhat stubborn and misguided, but Austen still manages to make her likable in this story of matchmaking and finding the love that was right in front of you all along.
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