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Emma, Vol. 3
Despite each resolving to put the other from their minds, Emma and William's unexpected meeting has rekindled the embers of their love for each other. Though with William engaged to the daughter of a viscount--an ideal match in society's view--the two will face unbending opposition and many difficult decisions if they wish to pursue a future together. Mrs. Trollop is sympathetic to their plight, but even though she is fond of Emma and wishes every happiness for her son, she knows firsthand how unforgiving the upper classes can be to those who do not adhere to their standards...]]
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Women household employees -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Gentry -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Man-woman relationships -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Social classes -- Comic books, strips, etc.
England -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Comic books, strips, etc.
England -- Comic books, strips, etc.