History Funny / Emma

20th Jan '16 1:33:37 PM BobTanaka
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* At the climax, Mr. Knightly's emotions are expressed this way: Emma is low and dejected ("Frank Churchill is a villain!"). Emma never felt anything for Frank ("Frank Churchill is not so bad.") [[spoiler: Emma loves Mr. Knightly]] ("Can't think of Frank Churchill right now, but he's probably a very good sort of person").

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* At the climax, Mr. Knightly's emotions are expressed this way: Emma is low and dejected ("Frank Churchill is a villain!"). Emma never felt anything for Frank ("Frank Churchill is not so bad.") [[spoiler: Emma loves Mr. Knightly]] ("Can't think of Frank Churchill right now, but he's probably he's a very good sort of person").fellow").
20th Jan '16 1:32:51 PM BobTanaka
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* At the climax, Mr. Knightly's emotions are expressed this way: Emma was low and dejected ("Frank Churchill is a villain!"). Emma never felt anything for Frank ("Frank Churchill is not so bad.") [[spoiler: Emma loves Mr. Knightly]] ("Can't think of Frank Churchill right now, but he's probably a very good sort of person").

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* At the climax, Mr. Knightly's emotions are expressed this way: Emma was is low and dejected ("Frank Churchill is a villain!"). Emma never felt anything for Frank ("Frank Churchill is not so bad.") [[spoiler: Emma loves Mr. Knightly]] ("Can't think of Frank Churchill right now, but he's probably a very good sort of person").
20th Jan '16 1:32:37 PM BobTanaka
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* The archery scene in the 1996 film version: "Try not to kill my dogs."

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* The archery scene in the 1996 film version: "Try not to kill my dogs.""
* At the climax, Mr. Knightly's emotions are expressed this way: Emma was low and dejected ("Frank Churchill is a villain!"). Emma never felt anything for Frank ("Frank Churchill is not so bad.") [[spoiler: Emma loves Mr. Knightly]] ("Can't think of Frank Churchill right now, but he's probably a very good sort of person").
26th May '15 10:41:15 AM BobTanaka
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* Emma pays a visit to [[MotorMouth Mrs. and Miss Bates]], during which Miss Bates eagerly insists on reading her a letter from Jane Fairfax. Miss Bates spends so long ''describing'' the contents of the letter that she never gets to the actual ''reading'' of it.

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* Emma pays a visit to [[MotorMouth Mrs. and Miss Bates]], Bates, during which [[MotorMouth Miss Bates Bates]] eagerly insists on reading her a letter from Jane Fairfax. Miss Bates spends so long ''describing'' the contents of the letter that she never gets to the actual ''reading'' of it.
26th May '15 10:37:19 AM BobTanaka
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* Emma pays a visit to [[MotorMouth Mrs. and Miss Bates]], during which Miss Bates eagerly insists on reading her a letter from Jane Fairfax. Miss Bates spends so long ''describing'' the contents of the letter that she never gets to the actual ''reading'' of it.
2nd Feb '14 5:59:37 AM HermioneP
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* Mr Woodhouse continued to call Mrs Weston "Miss Taylor" after her marriage. When discussing their plans for the day of the Coles' party, Mrs Taylor spoke of her previous title as if "Miss Taylor" was another person altogether:
--> '''Mr Woodhouse:''' Ah, Miss Taylor, if you had not married, you would have staid at home with me.
--> '''Mrs Weston:''' Well, sir, as I took Miss Taylor away, it is incumbent on me to supply her place, if I can.


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* Mr Woodhouse continued to call Mrs Weston "Miss Taylor" after her marriage. When discussing their plans for the day of the Coles' party, Mrs. Weston spoke of her previous title as if "Miss Taylor" was another person altogether:
--> '''Mr Woodhouse:''' Ah, Miss Taylor, if you had not married, you would have staid at home with me.
--> '''Mrs Weston:''' Well, sir, as I took Miss Taylor away, it is incumbent on me to supply her place, if I can.
17th Jan '14 3:37:16 AM HermioneP
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--> '''Mrs Weston:''' Well, sir, as I took Miss Taylor away, it is incumbent on me to suplly her place, if I can.

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--> '''Mrs Weston:''' Well, sir, as I took Miss Taylor away, it is incumbent on me to suplly supply her place, if I can.
14th Jan '14 9:14:05 AM HermioneP
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--> '''Mrs Weston:''' Well, sir, as I took Miss Taylor away, it is incumbent on me to splly her place, if I can.

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--> '''Mrs Weston:''' Well, sir, as I took Miss Taylor away, it is incumbent on me to splly suplly her place, if I can.
14th Jan '14 9:13:05 AM HermioneP
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* Mr Woodhouse continued to call Mrs Weston "Miss Taylor" after her marriage. When discussing their plans for the day of teh Coles' party, Mrs Taylor spoke of her previous title as if "Miss Taylor" was another person altogether:

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* Mr Woodhouse continued to call Mrs Weston "Miss Taylor" after her marriage. When discussing their plans for the day of teh the Coles' party, Mrs Taylor spoke of her previous title as if "Miss Taylor" was another person altogether:
14th Jan '14 9:07:49 AM HermioneP
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* Mr Perry, an apothecary of Highbury, acknowledged to Mr Woodhouse that wedding-cake can be too heavy to be eaten and might disagree with many, though it seemed rather against his bias of inclination. Mr Woodhouse took for granted that Mr Perry himself would not touch it, yet this followed:
--> There was a strange rumour in Highbury of all the little Perrys being seen with a slice of Mrs. Weston's wedding-cake in their hands: but Mr. Woodhouse would never believe it.
* Mr Woodhouse continued to call Mrs Weston "Miss Taylor" after her marriage. When discussing their plans for the day of teh Coles' party, Mrs Taylor spoke of her previous title as if "Miss Taylor" was another person altogether:
--> '''Mr Woodhouse:''' Ah, Miss Taylor, if you had not married, you would have staid at home with me.
--> '''Mrs Weston:''' Well, sir, as I took Miss Taylor away, it is incumbent on me to splly her place, if I can.



* Mr Perry, an apothecary of Highbury, acknowledged to Mr Woodhouse that wedding-cake can be too heavy to be eaten and might disagree with many, though it seemed rather against his bias of inclination. Mr Woodhouse took for granted that Mr Perry himself would not touch it, yet this followed: "There was a strange rumour in Highbury of all the little Perrys being seen with a slice of Mrs. Weston's wedding-cake in their hands: but Mr. Woodhouse would never believe it."
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