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  • 1. JANE AUSTEN Emma Alua Magzumova > 403
  • 2. About the author…  December 16, 1775, in Steventon, Hampshire, England - July 18, 1817, in Winchester, Hampshire, England  an English novelist whose works of romantic fiction  very close connection with her sister Cassandra  Jane Austen had six brothers and a sister. Both she and her sister Cassandra died unmarried  neo-classicism > romanticism
  • 3. Marriage Intelligence Morality Themes of her works Sensibility Realism
  • 4. “EMMA” The story of a young woman in England who plays her town's matchmaker. When attempting to match up her friend with the Reverend Elton, Emma starts to run into complications, which multiply amongst themselves with cases of mistaken intentions of love, a cast of supporting characters who each love someone else, but Emma doesn't know who loves who, and Emma finally realizing the one person she truly loves.
  • 5. Gender – positions of men & women Society – behaviour; polite society; etiquettes Historical context - 19th Century Britain Themes in Emma Marriage – money; expectations Class – hierarchy
  • 6. Main Characters in “Emma” • • • • • • • • Emma Woodhouse Mr. George Knightley Harriet Smith Mrs. Weston Mrs. Woodhouse Jane Fairfax Mr. Elton Mr. Robert Martin
  • 7. “ I M AY H AV E L O S T M Y H E A R T, BUT NOT MY SELF-CONTROL” This phrase reflects in the best way the essence of protagonists. Because the always had self-control; she tried to control her feelings or not to have feelings. She was striving not to rid her deep heart feelings…
  • 8. The Climax is found by the end of novel, when she will find that she have feelings to the Mr. Knightly. From the very beginning she rejected the possibility of her being in love
  • 9. Emma’s eyes were instantly This quotation, from Chapter 47, comes in the silently midst of Emma’s conversation with Harriet in meditating, in a fixed attitude, for a Knightley. For the majority of the novel, withdrawn; and she sat few minutes. A few minutes were sufficient for making her acquainted which Harriet confesses her feelings for Mr. Emma’s suspicions and her attention have been misdirected, focusing on Harriet’s possible matches and on her speculations with her own heart. A mind like hers, about Jane. Once her perceptiveness and once opening to suspicion, made directed appropriately (after her realization that rapid progress; she touched, she Frank and Jane are engaged), she makes a admitted, the understanding. However, Emma does not come whole truth. Why was it so much to the realization that she loves Knightley on worse that Harriet should be in love there. The relationship between Emma and she acknowledged with Mr. Knightley than with Frank Churchill? Why was the evil so dreadfully increased by Harriet’s having some hope of a return? It ability to see beyond appearances are finally swift leap forward in her own self- her own; only her jealousy of Harriet brings her Knightley, though based on their private history together, takes shape only in the context of the surrounding web of social relationships.
  • 10. Filming … “Emma” was made into movie in 1996 starring Gwineth Paltrow