One of Jane Austen's most popular novels. Arrogant, self-willed, and egotistical, Emma is her most unusual heroine.
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Jane Austen's Emma is a classic, and deservedly so. The characters are fully developed and perfectly imperfect. The story moves along a pace. Juliet Stevenson's narration is pitch perfect.
I have listened to this audiobook at least 4 times - it is kind of like a security blanket for me. Juliet Stevenson brings characters to life in a lovely way. I thorough recommend it to all Austen lovers.
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If your experience of Austen begins and ends with annual consumption of the BBC Pride and Prejudice mini-series and an I <3 MR.DARCY tote, you are missing out!
Try Emma for good measure. The male lead may not be as allurinhgly moody or fashionably conflicted as old Darcy, but the protagonist herself is as dynamic and more entertaining than Lizzie in my opinion...with humour and wit galore as only the English know how.
Far and away my favourite Austen- for the satellite characters of the Eliots and Bateses as much as the leads themselves.
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