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Emma Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Highbury

The village where the story takes place. A quiet little place located about sixteen miles from London.

Hartfield

The Woodhouse Estate. The setting for much of the novel.

Randalls

The new home of the Westons. A very nice estate located near Hartfield.

Donwell Abbey

The home of Mr. Knightley. This estate will be inherited by Emma's nephew unless Mr. Knightley marries.

Brunswick Square

The home of Mr. And Mrs. John Knightley and their children. Located in London.

London

The home of Mr. And Mrs. John Knightley. Frequently mentioned as many residents of Highbury visit there often.

Abbey Mill Farms

The home of the Martin family.

Richmond

A small town located between Highbury and London.

Maple Grove Farms

A farm incessantly mentioned by Miss Hawkins. Located near Bath.

Bath

A popular vacation spot for many people in England. Miss Hawkins is formerly of Bath, and Mr. Elton visits...

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