Emma Woodhouse Character Analysis

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Chapter 3: Women and Leadership All through, Emma, a book by Jane Austen, Emma Woodhouse, who is the main character experiences what has always been understood as a way to self-knowledge. As this lady, Miss Woodhouse may have undergone many challenges throughout his character as the novel began, she recognizes and repents the rash actions she had previously caused and the faults are seen to disappear becoming insignificance. The character in Emma changes in several ways from the worst to better and the change makes the reader to be attracted by her, thus generally it directs someone to be sympathetic when approaching her. But, Emma has the main character and trait in that she is too much in her own way and, a character that makes someone to…show more content…
She lost her mother too long before and that made her to have much an misty remembrance Her mother had died too long ago for her to have more than an indistinct remembrance of her embraces. The mother left her daughter twelve years old meaning that she did not put much input in the life of the of life daughter. The daughter was left with the Miss Taylor who was gentle and was also highly esteemed by the daughter, Emma. But, she did not have any real supremacy over the Emma other than just as a normal friend. Emma had a loving father who always thought of his youngest daughter as being perfect. Mr. Knightley, was among the few people who understood the weaknesses in Emma woodhouse. This man was the only person who revealed the weaknesses to her. An example of this is related to the matchmaking of Emma to Miss Taylor and Mr. Weston as she boasts trying to claim that she had made the match herself. She is given a warning by Mr. Knightley. The persistence in making of the match is an example to the reader of the need of the logic of control and power over the other people. She sees this as the greatest amusement in the world and promises his father to make none for herself but will instead do it for the other people. This is a clear show of how Emma treated the other people as too
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