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The Importance Of Being Emma

Author : Juliet Archer
ISBN : 9781906931506
Genre : Fiction
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An “ingenious” twist on the classic Emma with characters “Jane Austen herself would have loved” (Joanna Trollope). True, Emma Woodhouse crushed on her ridiculously sexy brother-in-law, Mark Knightley, when she was a clueless schoolgirl. But with an MBA from Harvard and a burgeoning career as marketing director for the family food business in Highbury, she’s become a self-assured young woman—totally immune to the Knightley charms. Besides, the man of Emma’s new dreams is television chef Flynn Churchill. When Mark is hired as Emma’s new company advisor and mentor, he likes the idea of getting closer to the girl he once dismissed as a “little sister.” Especially now that she grown into a woman so irresistible—not to mention obstinate, exasperating, resistant to his advice, and totally impervious when it comes to the rules of attraction and desire. Emma only thinks her heart is set on Churchill. Now it’s up to Mark to reset. “Juliet Archer has reinvented [Emma] for a 21st-century audience . . . with breathtaking charm and verve.” —Jane Austen Regency World Magazine “Perfect for reading on a hot, lazy afternoon. Like a single piece of good chocolate, it’s a sweet treat that you won’t regret later.” —Austenblog
Category: Fiction

The Importance Of Being Emma Choc Lit

Author : Juliet Archer
ISBN : 9781906931209
Genre : Fiction
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Mark Knightley - handsome, clever, rich - is used to women falling at his feet. Except Emma Woodhouse, who's like part of the family - and the furniture. When their relationship changes dramatically, is it an ending or a new beginning? Emma's grown into a stunningly attractive young woman, full of ideas for modernising her family business. Then Mark gets involved and the sparks begin to fly. It's just like the old days, except that now he's seeing her through totally new eyes. While Mark struggles to keep his feelings in check, Emma remains immune to the Knightley charm. She's never forgotten that embarrassing moment when he discovered her teenage crush on him. He's still pouring scorn on all her projects, especially her beautifully orchestrated campaign to find Mr Right for her ditzy PA. And finally, when the mysterious Flynn Churchill - the man of her dreams - turns up, how could she have eyes for anyone else?
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The Importance Of Being Green

Author : Emma Lee
ISBN : 9781469123813
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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From author Emma Lee comes an enlightening story inspired by a conversation with a friend. It is a tale of wonder and joy; a tale of acceptance and love. It is a tale of The Importance of Being Green. Written as an offering to all true seekers, this vibrant picture book introduces readers to Frogans from the planet Ribbetton. Throughout its pages, Emma Lee integrates humor and mystery to convey a spiritual message. Readers of all ages will find enjoyment in this book. Emma Lee is both a gifted writer and healer who integrates spirituality and healing energy within her daily life as well as in her group and one-on-one healing sessions. For more information, please visit her website at This book is part of The Mystical Adventures of Delmer the Frogan series. For more information about the book series, visit
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Modern Conspiracy

Author : Emma A. Jane
ISBN : 9781623565893
Genre : Philosophy
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While conspiracy theory is often characterized in terms of the collapse of objectivity and Enlightenment reason, Modern Conspiracy traces the important role of conspiracy in the formation of the modern world: the scientific revolution, social contract theory, political sovereignty, religious paranoia and mass communication media. Rather than seeing the imminent death of Enlightenment reason and a regression to a new Dark Age in conspiratorial thinking, Modern Conspiracy suggests that many characteristic features of conspiracies tap very deeply into the history of the Enlightenment: its vociferous critique of established authorities and a conception of political sovereignty fuelled by fear of counter-plots, for example. Perhaps, ultimately, conspiracy theory affords us a renewed opportunity to reflect on our very relationship to the truth itself.
Category: Philosophy

Trade Winds Choc Lit

Author : Christina Courtenay
ISBN : 9781906931339
Genre : Fiction
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Marriage of convenience “ or a love for life?It "s 1732 in Gothenburg, Sweden, and strong-willed Jess van Sandt knows only too well that it "s a man "s world. She believes she "s being swindled out of her inheritance by her stepfather “ and she "s determined to stop it.
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Global Jane Austen

Author : L. Raw
ISBN : 9781137270764
Genre : History
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Despite dying in relative obscurity, Jane Austen has become a global force as different readers across time, space and media have responded to her work. This volume examines the ways in which her novels affect individual psychologies and how Janeites experience her work, from visiting her home to public re-enactments to films based on her writings.
Category: History

Persuade Me

Author : Juliet Archer
ISBN : 9781906931315
Genre : Fiction
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This contemporary tale is “an enjoyable retelling of Jane Austen’s Persuasion . . . Cleverly and thoughtfully done” (The Bookbag). Ten years ago, Anna Elliot let the love of her life go because her overbearing family disapproved of him. And ever since, she’s regretted her decision, wondering every day if she’s given up her only chance for real happiness. After Anna shattered his heart, Dr. Rick Wentworth moved on—and away—to Australia, where his work in marine conservation garnered international fame and respect. But when it comes to his feelings, he’s still an island unto himself. Fate intercedes when Rick travels home to England for a book tour, and Anna makes an attempt at some closure for herself. Then their shared memories intrude—and the love they once had seems ready to awaken once again. But with Anna’s image-obsessed family always ready to interfere, and Rick poised to ditch the limelight and return to Australia, she’s not sure she can persuade him to risk his heart again for her, in this delightful novel by the author of The Importance of Being Emma.
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Grammardog Guide To Emma

Author : Mary Jane McKinney
ISBN : 9781608570850
Genre : Education
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Grammardog Teacher's Guide contains 16 quizzes for this novel. All sentences are from the novel. Figurative language includes metaphors about class, manners and courtship ("a cloak of politeness," "broad wreath of gallantry," "Young ladies are delicate plants"). Sentences dispense advice on marriage ("A woman is not to marry a man merely because she is asked," "One cannot love a reserved person," "You must be the best judge of your own happiness").
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Author : Jane Austen
ISBN : 1853260282
Genre : Fiction
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With an Introduction and Notes by Dr Nicola Bradbury, University of Reading. Jane Austen teased readers with the idea of a 'heroine whom no one but myself will much like', but Emma is irresistible. 'Handsome, clever, and rich', Emma is also an 'imaginist', 'on fire with speculation and foresight'. She sees the signs of romance all around her, but thinks she will never be married. Her matchmaking maps out relationships that Jane Austen ironically tweaks into a clearer perspective. Judgement and imagination are matched in games the reader too can enjoy, and the end is a triumph of understanding. AUTHOR: Jane Austen (1775 - 1817) was an English novelist whose works of romantic fiction, set among the landed gentry, earned her a place as one of the most widely read writers in English literature. Her realism and biting social commentary have gained her historical importance among scholars and critics.
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Implications Of The Narrative Technique In Jane Austen S Emma

Author : Rajanikanta Das
ISBN : 9783656283843
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Seminar paper from the year 2012 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,0, Ruhr-University of Bochum (Englisches Seminar), language: English, abstract: Jane Austen’s novel Emma tells the story of Emma Woodhouse, an interesting, intelligent and wealthy young woman, gradually learning the importance of accepting the people around her for what they are. The novel is set in early 19th century England in and around the fictional village of Highbury. Emma and her father lead a somewhat isolated life due to a perceived social and intellectual superiority to most of the other families in the village. Bored with herself and her life at times, she develops an interest in interfering with the lives of others for their alleged benefit, especially in contriving love-matches between her acquaintances. As the novel progresses, however, Emma is forced to accept that she is repeatedly mistaken in her conceptions and ventures. Striving to match her protégé Harriet to Mr Elton, the village vicar, she is unaware that he is in fact in love with her; her subsequent attempts to interest Frank Churchill, a young man from a sophisticated family background, in Harriet go awry when it turns out that he has long been secretly engaged to Jane Fairfax, a highly accomplished young woman from a modest background. Moreover, Emma believes she perceives signs of attachment between Mr Knightley, her brother-in-law and an old friend of her family, and Harriet and Jane Fairfax at different stages of the novel. Yet the realisation of her frequent misapprehensions and subsequent repentance help her to an awareness of her own flaws and to maturing her personality. Although she, ironically enough, frequently declares that she herself has never had any interest in marriage herself, this development in character also ultimately allows her to discover her love for Mr Knightley, whom she almost alienates repeatedly owing to her constant charades. Despite many misunderstandings, the novel closes with Emma's acquaintances being married one way or another, nonetheless, including herself.
Category: Literary Criticism