Its Adaptationtions In Jane Austen's Emma And Its Adaptations

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Upasana 1 Jane Austen’s Emma and its Adaptations While flipping through the treasure of English literature, one of the best novelists of not just of her era, but also of our era, captured my attention that is Jane Austen. I will begin with her introduction; first of all I would like to tell you something about her personal life, which led her to become a successful and most famous female writer of her time. Her work was the most read and praised by the readers also she was a contemporary romantic writer. She came in this world on 16th December, 1775, her family consisted six brothers and one sister and she was closest to one of her brother Henry. At the age of 8, Jane with her sister was sent to boarding school for the further studies.…show more content…
In the novel the main female protagonist Emma also creates some of such situation between Mr. Elton and the girl Harriet, Emma decided that both are made for each other and decided to make them a couple and created some situation that both would spend more and more time together and they may fall in love. But it was not going to possible as somebody who is not keen to start a relationship can 't be forced into a relationship. Although, they would spend time together but it 's not guaranteed they would end up being a couple. In novel, Harriet was merely seventeen years old and by reading the novel we could easily differentiate that she was not too interested in studies at all. And Harriet liked someone named Robert Martin, he liked Harriet a lot and may be Harriet also as Robert proposed the Harriet and wrote a letter to her and this letter was really well written as if written by some professional but Harriet rejected his proposal and seemed Emma’s…show more content…
But when Emma came to know that Mr. Elton had not shown any interest in Harriet then she decided to set Harriet with someone else. But she never put any effort to get her closer to Robert, as they loved each other and also the same happens in the movie Aisha as the Sheffali loved someone but she never put any of the effort to come closer. Actually Jane Austen’s novel Emma is a very intellectual piece and very educated novel for the society and movie is based on this novel only some of the characters are changed and the places and name, yet other things are quite same. Such novel as well as movie helps our society to distinguish between good and evil. We cannot force anybody to do what we want even if it is match- making or anything else. It is their own opinion about their life and they have the full rights to live their life as per as their choice and at their own terms and
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