History Manga / VictorianRomanceEmma

21st Feb '17 6:18:32 PM Alvin
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** Actually it was just one maid talking about how she could never have just one man and the head maid telling her not let her love life interfere with work or the household

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** Actually it was just one maid talking about how she could never have just one man and the head maid telling her to not let her love life interfere with work or the household
2nd Oct '16 6:39:00 AM erana
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* GreatDetective: ''Very'' noteworthy {{aversion}} (this being a ''Victorian London'' tale, after all) when [[spoiler:Emma]] gets abducted.

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* GreatDetective: ''Very'' noteworthy {{aversion}} '''{{aversion}}''' (this being a ''Victorian London'' tale, after all) when [[spoiler:Emma]] gets abducted.
1st Oct '16 3:56:42 AM erana
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*** As an amusing example of how it helped, in the series finale it's shown ''another'' [[http://h.mfcdn.net/store/manga/543/10-070.0/compressed/t028.jpg plane]][[note]]a pusher-prop, bi-planed-tail, square high wing monoplane in a car-like carriage, which seems a mix betwen the models built by the Wright Brothers in 1903 (biplane-tail push-proper) and by [[https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Pearse Pearse]] in 1904 (monoplane, square high wings, similar carriage)[[/note]] that would be perfectly at ease in the 1900's.
1st Oct '16 3:26:18 AM erana
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* HistoricalDetectiveFiction: When [[spoiler:Emma]] gets abducted, [[spoiler:William]]'s search gets (notably [[AvertedTrope averting]] the common GreatDetective trope commonly associated in fiction with Victorian London) greatly hampered by what historically were the means at his disposal in 1890's England [[spoiler:and America]].

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* HistoricalDetectiveFiction: When [[spoiler:Emma]] gets abducted, [[spoiler:William]]'s search gets greatly hampered (notably [[AvertedTrope averting]] the common GreatDetective trope commonly associated in fiction with Victorian London) greatly hampered by what historically were the means at his disposal in 1890's England [[spoiler:and America]].
1st Oct '16 3:25:21 AM erana
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* GreatDetective: ''Very'' noteworthy {{aversion}} (this being a ''Victorian London'' tale, after all) when [[spoiler:Emma]] gets abducted.


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* HistoricalDetectiveFiction: When [[spoiler:Emma]] gets abducted, [[spoiler:William]]'s search gets (notably [[AvertedTrope averting]] the common GreatDetective trope commonly associated in fiction with Victorian London) greatly hampered by what historically were the means at his disposal in 1890's England [[spoiler:and America]].
23rd Sep '16 4:11:05 AM Morgenthaler
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* BittersweetEnding: The final ending takes place early in the Edwardian era and just about everyone's happy. That is, until you realize [[FridgeHorror what happens]] [[WorldWarI in less than 10 years...]]

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* BittersweetEnding: The final ending takes place early in the Edwardian era and just about everyone's happy. That is, until you realize [[FridgeHorror what happens]] [[WorldWarI [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI in less than 10 years...]]



* ShownTheirWork: Rather obsessively in some respects. And then the translators Stateside decide to have Richard Jones say things like 'Blimey' just because he's British. Because, you know, people of his class would've said that. That said, there are some lapses by the author herself. In chapter 2, for example, there is a functional biplane model. Biplanes of that type only existed around WorldWarI, almost two decades after the setting of the series.

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* ShownTheirWork: Rather obsessively in some respects. And then the translators Stateside decide to have Richard Jones say things like 'Blimey' just because he's British. Because, you know, people of his class would've said that. That said, there are some lapses by the author herself. In chapter 2, for example, there is a functional biplane model. Biplanes of that type only existed around WorldWarI, UsefulNotes/WorldWarI, almost two decades after the setting of the series.
2nd Oct '15 12:36:25 PM DracMonster
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* NamesToKnowInAnime: YumiTouma (Emma), Creator/SanaeKobayashi (Eleanor), Creator/YujiUeda (Hakim), Naomi Wakabayashi (Tasha), Creator/NorikoShitaya (Colin), Creator/YokoHonna (Sarah), Creator/SayakaOhara (Grace)
15th Sep '15 2:12:32 PM Winter
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* PlayingPictionary: Most people who see Colin's drawings can't quite tell what they're supposed to be, mistaking a rabbit for a horse, which really upsets him. William is the best at identifying these pictures since every other Jones sibling once drew like that.
16th May '15 5:24:50 AM SeptimusHeap
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The manga, by KaoruMori, also has a number of side stories, covering things like older characters' pasts and the daily lives of minor characters. They have more of a SliceOfLife feel than the main story.

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The manga, by KaoruMori, Creator/KaoruMori, also has a number of side stories, covering things like older characters' pasts and the daily lives of minor characters. They have more of a SliceOfLife feel than the main story.
8th Apr '15 12:49:06 PM BearsAreGoodNews
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* GeniusBonus: For non-British viewers at least. When the Molder's maid Polly expresses a desire to accompany the family on their next visit to London so she can apply for a well-paying job she saw advertised in the newspaper, Hans tells her it's a scam to lure in naive country girls because the address listed is in Whitehall, which he claims is one of the worst slums in the city. Actually, the Whitehall area has been the center of the British government for centuries and is easily one of the most high-class and respectable areas of London. [[spoiler: Given that Emma is the other maid under consideration to make the trip, and Hans is practically guaranteed to go as well, it makes one doubt if he was truly mistaken.]]
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