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Prof robert morrison edited jane austen's persuasion for harvard university press on the classic's 200th anniversary, he explains how austen's rhythmic words on loss, love and hope still resonate. Emma is the last novel jane austen published before dying, and (along with mansfield park) one of her longest for emma, she upgraded publishers. In jane austen's novel, 'emma,' we're introduced to a wealthy young woman who prides herself in being a matchmaker although emma has had some.
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