Emma (Wordsworth Collector’s Editions)
by Jane Austen
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A glittering comedy of love and marriage that represents the pinnacle of Jane Austen’s creativityEmma Woodhouse is stunning, intelligent, wealthy, and single. She is pleased with her existence and does not need love or marriage. But nothing makes her happier than meddling in other people’s sexual relationships. But when she tries to find a nice match for her protegee Harriet Smith despite the cautions of her close friend Mr. Knightley, her well crafted plans quickly fall apart and have unexpected results. Emma is frequently regarded as Jane Austen’s most perfect book because of its flawed but endearing heroine and its clever and nuanced examination of relationships.