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"Emma" di Jane Austen. Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever and rich, has a perfect life.
She has decided never to get married but to live as thè mistress at Hartfield, her father's house in thè beautiful English countryside. But when she starts match-making she finds that her imagination has led her into danger... Emma (1816), which was thè last novel Jane Austen lived to see in print, is perhaps her most representative work, combining brilliant characterisation, a rich sense of irony and great depth of feeling. Also included are a variety of activities and a wealth of informative sections on Jane Austen and her time. The accompanying cassette includes