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Austen famously remarked that Emma Woodhouse was "a heroine whom no one but myself will much like,” but in fact Emma Woodhouse is very charming. Austen portrays her very cleverly, by letting us see all of Emma’s happy self-delusions about how kind and helpful she means to be those around her, and simultaneously making it clear that she is a snobbish busybody taking out her boredom on everyone in her path. Emma is serenely joyous in her self-aggrandizement, and that makes her a delight.

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Austen famously remarked that Emma Woodhouse was "a heroine whom no one but myself will much like,” but in fact Emma Woodhouse is very charming. Austen portrays her very cleverly, by letting us see all of Emma’s happy self-delusions about how kind and helpful she means to be those around her, and simultaneously making it clear that she is a snobbish busybody taking out her boredom on everyone in her path. Emma is serenely joyous in her self-aggrandizement, and that makes her a delight.

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Ranking Jane Austen novels

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Austen famously remarked that Emma Woodhouse was "a heroine whom no one but myself will much like,” but in fact Emma Woodhouse is very charming. Austen portrays her very cleverly, by letting us see all of Emma’s happy self-delusions about how kind and helpful she means to be those around her, and simultaneously making it clear that she is a snobbish busybody taking out her boredom on everyone in her path. Emma is serenely joyous in her self-aggrandizement, and that makes her a delight.

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