Emma is an 1815 novel by Jane Austen, the last published during her lifetime. Unlike Austen's earlier heroines, the title character is wealthy enough to feel no need to marry, and occupies herself with matchmaking for others.
Many critics consider the work on advance on Austen's earlier better-known novels, in part because of the portrayal of the wider community within which it is set, the fictional Surrey town of Highbury.
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Gutenberg: Emma. EPUB, HTML, MOBI and PDF formats.
Internet Archive: Emma, 1892 Atheenaeum edition. EPUB, MOBI, PDF and TXT formats.
Standard Ebooks: Emma. AZW3, EPUB, KEPUB and Advanced EPUB formats.
University of Adelaide (Internet Archive): Emma. EPUB, HTML and MOBI formats.
Wikisource: Emma. HTML and other formats.
BBC In Our Time: Emma. Radio programme, featuring Melvyn Bragg in discussion with Janet Todd, John Mullan and Emma Clery.
Guardian: The 100 Best Novels - No 7 - Emma, by Robert McCrum, 4 November 2013.
Guardian: How Jane Austen's Emma changed the face of fiction, by John Mullan, 5 December 2015.
Librivox: Emma - public domain audiobook. Multiple readings available.
Wikipedia: Jane Austen - Emma (novel)
Bloom's Western Canon: Emma is listed.
Jane Austen: Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice.