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Emma (Paperback)

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Paperback 384 Pages / Published: 07/04/2009
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Publisher: Book Jungle
ISBN: 9781438515281
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 658 g
Dimensions: 235 x 191 x 20 mm

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“Matchmaker,matchmaker, make me a match”

Self-important, gossipy and sometimes just plain rude, Emma Woodhouse is an Austen heroine worlds away from her Pride and Prejudice counterpart, Elizabeth Bennett. Emma lives alone with her hypochiondriac father,... More

Paperback edition
13th January 2010
Helpful? Upvote 48

“Matchmaker,matchmaker, make me a match”

Self-important, gossipy and sometimes just plain rude, Emma Woodhouse is an Austen heroine worlds away from her Pride and Prejudice counterpart, Elizabeth Bennett. Emma lives alone with her hypochiondriac father,... More

Paperback edition
13th January 2010
Helpful? Upvote 33

“Matchmaker,matchmaker, make me a match”

Self-important, gossipy and sometimes just plain rude, Emma Woodhouse is an Austen heroine worlds away from her Pride and Prejudice counterpart, Elizabeth Bennett. Emma lives alone with her hypochiondriac father,... More

Paperback edition
13th January 2010
Helpful? Upvote 30

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