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Written by Stephanie
(2/17/2011 10:35 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Good point, penned by Ramya
Yes! Emma as a project herself! Knowing Emma as we do, we can guess that she would dislike the very idea, let alone the specific tactics Mr. Knightley is using to bring it about! I would advise him to keep his intents to himself... *chuckles*
This is ironic -- you would think that either the parent or the governess would be the one trying to direct Emma down a particular path -- think Mrs. Bennet or General Tilney, controlling their children's friendships and marriages. (I can not think of a governess or companion steering a young adult in Author Austen's work offhand.)
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