Emma Woodhouse is beautiful, clever, rich, and quite certain she is
immune to romance. Inspired by the recent marriage of her friend
and governess, Emma decides to play matchmaker to a young girl,
Harriet Smith. Emma's good-hearted, though misdirected, attempts
proceed to cause many a comedic misunderstanding. Emma is a
timeless tale of a young woman seeking her true nature and finding
true love in the process.
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||159 x 171mm (L x W)
||1st HarperLargePrint Classics ed
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