History Characters / Emma

24th Dec '15 2:33:47 PM butterflygrrl
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* DumbBlonde: Harriet is a verz pretty, plump blonde, but she is not all that bright, at least compared with the very clever Emma.
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* DumbBlonde: Harriet is a verz very pretty, plump blonde, but she is not all that bright, at least compared with the very clever Emma.
20th Jun '15 9:11:08 AM XFllo
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* DumbBlonde: Harriet is not all that bright, at least compared with the very clever Emma.
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* DumbBlonde: Harriet is a verz pretty, plump blonde, but she is not all that bright, at least compared with the very clever Emma.
26th May '15 12:49:35 AM XFllo
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* BrainlessBeauty: Harriet is extremely pretty and becomes popular in Highbury once Emma takes her under her wing, but she's silly, not at all clever and unable to decide for herself about anything. Emma puts ideas in her head, and one of them is that she has a right to get married well because of her looks. She also fulfills the boy-crazy part of the trope because she falls in love ''very'' easily.
25th May '15 4:58:46 PM BobTanaka
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* NiceGuy: Everyone agrees that he's very annoying, with his nervousness and eccentricities, but he's so pleasant that he has numerous friends and is respected by all of them.
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* NiceGuy: Everyone agrees that he's very annoying, with his nervousness and eccentricities, but he's so pleasant kind that he has numerous friends and is respected by all of them.he's very popular nonetheless.
25th May '15 4:56:00 PM BobTanaka
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* NiceGuy: Everyone agrees that he's very annoying, with his nervousness and eccentricities, but he's so pleasant that he has numerous friends and is respected by all of them.
27th Apr '15 1:17:04 AM XFllo
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* WealthyPhilanthropist: Emma is a rich young lady and she is very compassionate to the poor. She visits the poor personally and assists them as best as she can. She also sends food and gifts to Mrs and Miss Bates, two ladies from a clergyman's family who fell into harder times.
28th Jan '15 2:48:11 PM XFllo
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%% * JerkWithAHeartOfGold

* SpoiledSweet: At her worst, Emma can come off as a RichBitch (her worst moment is the time when she snubs people of lower social standing, like Robert Martin and his family -- she actually realizes she doesn't treat them quite right, or when she insults Miss Bates) but she's usually an affecionate, caring young woman. She can admit she was wrong and is determined to be better.
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* SpoiledSweet: At her worst, Emma can come off as a RichBitch (her worst moment Woodhouse is an UnbuiltTrope. She is a young woman of landed gentry in the time when position to behave like a RichBitch; she snubs is spoiled by her doting father and her loving governess, but she also has a happy disposition, loves her family and friends, and treats servants and people of lower social standing, like Robert Martin standings really well. She is charitable to the poor, but doesn't have romantic ideas about them. Notably, she lacks the naivety and his family -- cheerfulness asociated with the archetype. Quite realistically, she actually realizes cannot be sweet to everone: she doesn't treat like Jane Fairfax and really dislikes the insufferable Mrs Elton, but tries to be polite to them. She finds some of her neighbours tiresome, but treats them quite right, or when she insults Miss Bates) but she's usually an affecionate, caring young woman. with compassion and respect. She can admit she was wrong rarely slips and is determined to be better. rude or unkind, but whenever that happens, she repents deeply.
8th May '14 7:46:44 PM XFllo
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Nice version of Rich Bitch is Spoiled Sweet
* RichBitch: She's a nice version of the trope.

* SpiritedYoungLady: She's very vivacious, very lively and has an open temper. She loves walking, and she's a good musician and a talented painter.
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* SpiritedYoungLady: She's very vivacious, very lively and has an open temper. She loves walking, and she's a good musician and a talented painter. painter. She openly talks about not wanting to get married because she's rich and therefore it would be silly to get married without love. * SpoiledSweet: At her worst, Emma can come off as a RichBitch (her worst moment is the time when she snubs people of lower social standing, like Robert Martin and his family -- she actually realizes she doesn't treat them quite right, or when she insults Miss Bates) but she's usually an affecionate, caring young woman. She can admit she was wrong and is determined to be better.

* OddFriendship: With Emma.
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* KindheartedSimpleton: Harriet is called silly, unassuming, or a simpleton over the course of the novel. She's not a smart girl, but very kind, mild and meek. Emma believes her good heart makes up for the lack of intelligence and that she would make an ideal wife for a gentleman. * OddFriendship: With Emma. Mr Knightley in particular think it will be no good for either.

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* WhatBeautifulEyes: Her deep grey eyes with dark eyelashes and dark eyebrows, described in great detail.

* HappilyMarried: A paragon of feminine happiness. She adores her husband and lives for her children.
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* HappilyMarried: A paragon of feminine happiness. She adores her husband and lives for her five children.

* ProperLady: She's a sweet woman, beautiful, elegant, an affectionate mother, wife, sister and daughter, and a perfect hostess.
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* ProperLady: She's a sweet woman, beautiful, elegant, an affectionate mother, wife, sister and daughter, and a perfect hostess. hostess. She quite fulfills the role of "angel of the house" as she never disagrees with her husband.

* ProperLady: She's a sweet woman, beautiful, elegant, an affectionate mother, wife, sister MassiveNumberedSiblings: There is five of little Knightleys, and daughter, and the youngest is a perfect hostess. baby, so there might be more of them coming.

* RichBitch: With far less social tact than Emma. She keeps boasting about her wealthy brother-in-law.
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* RichBitch: With far less social tact than Emma. She keeps boasting about her wealthy brother-in-law. brother-in-law, his mansion house, his gardens, his carriages, his servants etc.

* OddFriendship: With Mr. Woodhouse.
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* OddFriendship: With Mr. The local apothecary. He's on friendly terms with Mr Woodhouse.
28th Jan '14 5:50:41 AM XFllo
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misuse as Miss Bates is not a servant, Emma treats her servants well, it is a plot point that she insults a woman of her social standing
* NiceToTheWaiter: Subverted with her cruel joke towards the impoverished Mrs Bates. Mr Knightley who reprimands her for her behaviour plays this straight.
17th Dec '13 7:37:15 AM Synchronicity
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* TheAce: She ''could'' have been this had she been more diligent with her lessons; she's beautiful, intelligent, and talented.
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