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Analysis of Major Characters Quick Quiz

1. Which character’s difficulties serve to underscore Emma’s comparative privilege and financial independence?

2. Which character serves as the novel’s model of honesty, kindness, and good sense?

3. Who resembles Emma in temperament, leading her to remark that their spouses possess “characters so much superior to our own”?

4. What is the cause of Mr. Knightley’s moments of uncharacteristic impulsiveness and poor judgment?

5. What newly developed character trait does Emma’s decision to marry Knightley represent?

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