Emma Essay | Emma: The Typical Jane Austen Novel

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Emma: The Typical Jane Austen Novel

Summary: Plot summary of Jane Austen's "Emma" and how the novel typifies Austen's work of writing about only what she has experienced in her life in England's Romantic Age.
JANE AUSTEN, who writes the novel Emma, was the greatest novelist belonging to the second Romantic Age. She wrote only six novels of which Pride and Prejudice and Emma are famous.

Jane Austen moved in a limited society. She was familiar only with that. So her novels are domestic novels. She never writes about a world which h she does not know. As such she deals with her story knowingly and confidently. The resultant novels are highly remarkable artistic successes.

The great charm of Austen's novels lies in their truth and simplicity. The society in which Austen lived was a convention-ridden society. Austen holds a mirror to that society in her novels. In the society in which Jane lived, the only aspiration of a young girl is to get married. So Jane Austen selects the theme of marriage in all her novels. Even Emma...

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