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Emma: Frank Churchill as a Villain

Summary: Explores Jane Austen's novel, Emma. Analyzes the character of Frank Churchill and evaluates his role as villain in the story.
George Knightley is very good at assessing the characters of other people and so the reader is inclined to trust his judgement on Frank Churchill. Throughout the novel Frank displays some faults which would make him appear to be the villain towards the end of the novel. His behaviour towards some people has been awful, particularly in the case of Jane who he had constantly teased and tormented when he said he was in love with her.

Frank Churchill is seen to be in a way the prize of Highbury, though he has never visited before. All the characters are predisposed to like him and most do, except Knightley who sees through the image that Frank has been given. When Frank does eventually visit many admire him for his lively nature and elaborate and elegant speech. Frank Churchill, however, does have many faults. He behaves very selfishly and...

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