Emma Essay | Character Sketch of Emma Woodhouse

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Character Sketch of Emma Woodhouse

Summary: Character sketch of Emma Woodhouse from Jane Austen's "Emma."
Jane Austen's Emma, which was published in 1816, is said to be one of the greatest literary works of the era. Austen stated that in creating the main character of the novel, Emma Woodhouse, she was developing a heroine that only she could admire and respect. Emma is supposedly twenty-one years old in the book, is from Highbury and resides in her father's estate of Heartfield. Emma is depicted in the beginning only by her traits of beauty and wealth, however as the plot continues, the true character of Emma being a more cruel, meddling individual. Both the novel and film versions portray both of these differentiations in the same way.

Emma Woodhouse is shown to be a bright, kind and beautiful lady. In the novel she is quickly paired with Harriet Smith in order to shown her around as a mentor to the younger girl...

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