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Emma’s willingness to accept the improbability of Harriet’s encounter with Frank as proof that there must be some sort of connection between the two indicates that her fancy has not been entirely cured of its tendency toward ungrounded speculation. Emma may be learning to place Mr. Knightley’s approval of her more recent actions above Frank Churchill’s charms, but she has a few more lessons to learn before she gains a full understanding of herself.
It would be really helpful if you put some of the similes used in Emma on here.
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i like to compare the characters and story line of Emma to the 90's movie Clueless. While they have many differences, the number of similarities is higher than the number of differences. Check out Clueless, its on Netflix, and see what I mean.
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