Re: Emma By Jane Austen - Another Question From Chapter One_Part 2
One exclamation mark is enough, Oliver.
Few people could see faults in Emma.
Mr Knightley was one of the people who could see faults in Emma.
Only one of the people who could see faults in Emma told her of these faults.
That one person was Mr Knightley.
Emma did not find it agreeable that Mr Knightley should tell her of her faults.
She knew that her father would find the telling of the faults even less agreeable than she found it.
Emma's father thought that Emma was perfect.
He imagined that everybody thought Emma was pefect.
Emma did not want her father to suspect that it might be possible for somebody to think that she (Emma) might not be perfect.
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