Woodhouse, Emma

Woodhouse, Emma

mistakenly thinks she has a talent for finding mates for her young friends. [Br. Lit.: Jane Austen Emma]
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Woodhouse, Emma's sister, brother-in-law, and children, the Westons, near neighbors like the Bateses and Jane Fairfax, the problematic Eltons and Frank Churchill, the villagers of Highbury, the poor to whom Emma pays charity visits, and tenant farmers like the patient Robert Martin united at last with the credulous Harriet Smith.