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February 29 , 2008

Emma Unplugged: A Jane Austen parody


THE  CONFIDENT MISS WOODHOUSE, the Emma title character of Jane Austen's novel is the “Emma” that Jane Austen didn’t tell you about. Behind the cool and authoritative heroine exterior lies a history of almost innc=ocent sexulaity starting with erotic  encounters with her governess, Miss Taylor; the village cleric, Mr. Elton; and her own her protégé, Harriet and her fantasy lover, Frank Churchill, before finding her true happiness in the arms and bed of her long-time family friend, Mr. Knightley. All this occurs amid her matchmaking and the social intrigue of Emma’s village of Highbury. Life for Emma is always complicated by her own designs until true love finally makes it simple. If an Austen fan, you have to read this take on Jane’s classic heroine, Miss Woodhouse.

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