by Jane Austen
FORMAT: Paperback 13cm x 20cm
CONDITION: Very Good: light shelf and reading wear, belongs to sticker on first page.
EDITION: c1816 1996, 1996 edition
WEIGHT: 450g (parcel rate)
Beautiful, spoilt and irrepressibly witty, Emma Woodhouse enjoys a position of power and privilege in the small country town of Highbury. Lacking neither fortune nor consequence, Emma sees no attraction in marriage, preferring instead to exercise her considerable intelligence match-making between her friends and acquaintances. The arrival of sweet, silly Harriet Smith gives her perfect opportunity to embark upon further schemes, greatly trying the patience of her old friend Mr Knightley.
Sparkling with humour, this sharp comedy of self-deception and self-dicovery is often viewed as Jane Austen's most accomplished novel, richly deserving its continued popularity.
Thanks for your interest.