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Emma's Faults and Virtues Are in the Novel 'Emma' by Jane Austen

Summary: Analysis the text 'Emma' by Jane Austen by looking closely at the portrayel of Emma as a character and explaining what is considered to be Emma's virtues and faults.
Jane Austen confirms to readers from the very beginning of the novel of just some of Emma's unique qualities that are lacked through other characters in the novel. Austen's introduction of a 'Handsome, clever and rich' Emma Woodhouse would naturally bring readers to the conclusion of a flawless character with little to criticise about. Although through the beginning parts of the novel readers sense little fault, it is undeniable that despite being an admirable character, Emma blindly makes mistakes among herself and other characters around her. Austen commendably highlights both Emma's faults and virtues through plots that as well as hold unexpected twists, deal with complex issues such as marriage, guidance, social class and the role of women in society in the nineteenth century.

Beginning with Emma's wish of not wanting to be in love nor marry, she...

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