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Emma (version 7 Dramatic Reading)

Jane Austen (1775-1817)

1. Volume 1 Chapter 1
2. Volume 1 Chapter 2
3. Volume 1 Chapter 3
4. Volume 1 Chapter 4
5. Volume 1 Chapter 5
6. Volume 1 Chapter 6
7. Volume 1 Chapter 7
8. Volume 1 Chapter 8
9. Volume 1 Chapter 9
10. Volume 1 Chapter 10
11. Volume 1 Chapter 11
12. Volume 1 Chapter 12
13. Volume 1 Chapter 13
14. Volume 1 Chapter 14
15. Volume 1 Chapter 15
16. Volume 1 Chapter 16
17. Volume 1 Chapter 17
18. Volume 1 Chapter 18
19. Volume 2 Chapter 1
20. Volume 2 Chapter 2
21. Volume 2 Chapter 3
22. Volume 2 Chapter 4
23. Volume 2 Chapter 5
24. Volume 2 Chapter 6
25. Volume 2 Chapter 7
26. Volume 2 Chapter 8
27. Volume 2 Chapter 9
28. Volume 2 Chapter 10
29. Volume 2 Chapter 11
30. Volume 2 Chapter 12
31. Volume 2 Chapter 13
32. Volume 2 Chapter 14
33. Volume 2 Chapter 15
34. Volume 2 Chapter 16
35. Volume 2 Chapter 17
36. Volume 2 Chapter 18
37. Volume 3 Chapter 1
38. Volume 3 Chapter 2
39. Volume 3 Chapter 3
40. Volume 3 Chapter 4
41. Volume 3 Chapter 5
42. Volume 3 Chapter 6
43. Volume 3 Chapter 7
44. Volume 3 Chapter 8
45. Volume 3 Chapter 9
46. Volume 3 Chapter 10
47. Volume 3 Chapter 11
48. Volume 3 Chapter 12
49. Volume 3 Chapter 13
50. Volume 3 Chapter 14
51. Volume 3 Chapter 15
52. Volume 3 Chapter 16
53. Volume 3 Chapter 17
54. Volume 3 Chapter 18
55. Volume 3 Chapter 19

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Genres

    Summary

    Emma is a novel about youthful hubris and the perils of misconstrued romance....As in her other novels, Austen explores the concerns and difficulties of genteel women living in Georgian-Regency England; she also creates a lively comedy of manners among her characters. Before she began the novel, Austen wrote, "I am going to take a heroine whom no one but myself will much like." In the very first sentence she introduces the title character as "Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever, and rich." Emma, however, is also rather spoiled, headstrong, and self-satisfied; she greatly overestimates her own matchmaking abilities; she is blind to the dangers of meddling in other people's lives, and her imagination and perceptions often lead her astray.

    Reviews

    Michelle

    - Emma

    Terrible reader. Didn't make it halfway. Please get a reader with expression.

    Kona

    - Awesome book and reader

    I have a slight obsession with Jane Austen, so this review may be a bit biased. Take it as you will. Emma is a wonderful story and I love it. The reader is great and easily understood. Some Librivox readers are irritating and sound like robots or are boring. But this reader did really well with Emma.

    Even the robot is better than the reader.

    Grace

    - Perfection

    I loved this book, and it I have realized that I love audio books better than books! Really good job!

    Sara

    - Emma

    A real pageturner,simply a classic

    Laura

    - Emma

    reader sounds robotic, very hard to follow and stay interested in listening.

    Lnh

    I'm vey sorry to have to write this review, but this is a terrible narration of this book! The reader's singsong voice is extremely distracting! I know this book inside out and it was even hard for me to listen to it ! Please consider another reader! :-/

    ereen

    - my opinion

    it's my first time listening to audiobook. i realised i love reading more than listening. it's poorly narrated.

    sydney

    - ok

    The reader was ok I heard her clearly shows pronounced words correctly and paused and stopped d when needed to

    Alissa

    I thought the reader was just fine. She was easy to understand, and changed her voice for different characters. Classic Jane Austen. Well done.