Emma by Jane Austen
Emma Woodhouse is "handsome, clever and rich." Addicted to meddling in the lives of her friends, Emma insists on playing matchmaker, even when it causes great harm to those involved. As Emma's machinations cause greater and greater disturbances in her social circle, she is forced to examine the results of her actions. With help from a dear and honest friend, Emma is able to step back and allow romance to take its own way in the lives of her friends and within her own heart.
Jane Austen's Emma is set in Georgian / Regency England and is a witty and delightful story featuring the concerns of wealthy and genteel women of the time.
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