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Jane Austen's Biography: Life (1775-1817) and Family
It is Austen’s peculiar brand of acid-bath realism, and her eye for the minutiae of social and class hypocrisy, which constantly catches the attention of critics.Emma is also the novel in which the inimitable Jane Austen persona appears at its most arch, and pyrotechnically accomplished.
classicbookreader ♦ July 11, 2013 ♦ 7 Comments
A quick glance at the British Library archives reveals an 1857 advertisement in The Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce for copies of Jane Austen’s Emma, “Just Received Overland – Per Steamer ‘Bombay’”.