Emma  Illustrated  -  Retold by Margaret Tarner

Emma Illustrated - Retold by Margaret Tarner

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Author: Jane Austen
Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Margret Taner
Publisher: Macmillan
Year: 2010
Language: English
Pages: 136
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9780230035270


‘Emma Woodhouse was very pretty, very clever and very rich. She was charming too and she had many friends. Emma always thought she was right. Most of her friends agreed with her. Only Mr Knightley thought she was wrong.

Emma is a matchmaker – she thinks she knows who should marry whom. But Emma’s matchmaking causes mistakes and unhappiness. And Emma is so busy taking an interest in others’ lives that she does not notice her own, growing feelings for a man she believes is just a friend.

1. Extra grammar and vocabulary exercises
2. Notes about the life of Jane Austen
3. Points for Understanding comprehension questions
4. Glossary of difficult vocabulary
5. Free resources including worksheets, tests and author data sheets at www.macmillanenglish.com/readers


A Note About the Author and Life in the Nineteenth Century
The Places in this Story
The Places in this Story

1. The Polite Society of High-bury
2. Harriet Smith
3. Mr Woodhouse Goes out to Dinner
4. Frank Churchill
5. Jane Fairfax
6. An Invitation from the Coles
7. The Piano
8. Mrs Elton
9. Hartfield
10. The Ball
11. Harriet is in Love Again
12. Box Hill
13. Secrets and Surprises
14. More than a Friend
15. Future Happiness

Points for Understanding