Emma and Elizabeth

Emma and Elizabeth

Ann Mychal / Oct 17, 2019

Emma and Elizabeth Once heiress to a large estate Emma Watson now penniless is thrown back into the arms of the family she has not seen for fourteen years when Mrs Turner her widowed guardian accepts an offer of ma

  • Title: Emma and Elizabeth
  • Author: Ann Mychal
  • ISBN: 9780992879501
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Paperback
  • Once heiress to a large estate, Emma Watson, now penniless, is thrown back into the arms of the family she has not seen for fourteen years when Mrs Turner, her widowed guardian, accepts an offer of marriage from Captain O Brien On the eve of the first assembly of the season, Emma returns unexpectedly to Stanton, her family home.Interest in the newcomer is heightened whenOnce heiress to a large estate, Emma Watson, now penniless, is thrown back into the arms of the family she has not seen for fourteen years when Mrs Turner, her widowed guardian, accepts an offer of marriage from Captain O Brien On the eve of the first assembly of the season, Emma returns unexpectedly to Stanton, her family home.Interest in the newcomer is heightened when Emma becomes the object of attention at the ball admired by Lord Osborne, Tom Musgrave and Mr Howard, Emma s debut at the local assembly seems nothing less than a triumph But once her potential suitors are acquainted with the facts, will her lack of fortune make a difference Emma receives a mixed welcome at home, but finds a true friend in her eldest sister, Elizabeth However, when duty to the family is tested to its limit, one sister is obliged to sacrifice her own happiness to ensure the happiness of the other.

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    1. Upon seeing the title of this book you might first assume that it is a fascinating and brilliant mash-up of Emma and Pride and Prejudice, and while you are correct about the story being both fascinating and brilliant, the heroines of this tale are not Emma Woodhouse and Elizabeth Bennet; they are the youngest and eldest Watson sisters, Emma and Elizabeth – characters from Jane Austen’s unfinished and abandoned fragment known as The Watsons. Instead of writing about any Bennets, Elliots, or A [...]


    2. This was a delightful story. As noted by Meredith it is a mash up of several of Jane Austen's novels as well as an expansion and completion of her book, The Watsons. I have read that fragment as well as several books which do the same in their own fashion. Jane's sister, Cassandra, was informed as to the ending Jane had intended so others have tried to use that conclusion in their writing. I prefer what this author did with the little she had to work with.I found echoes of P&P, Emma, Persuas [...]


    3. When her widowed aunt decides to marry a young captain and leave her penniless, Emma Watson goes back home. A home that she has not seen for fourteen years and where she finds no friends, except for her eldest sister Elizabeth who has taken care of their family for years. Soon Emma’s beauty and attitude get Lord Osbourne, Mr. Howard and Tom Musgrave intrigued, but only one of them is her perfect match. A man that will love and accept her despite her lack of fortune. Will Elizabeth find her tru [...]


    4. Rant warning about another "The Watson" sequel and mild spoilers ahead!This is a really more of 3.5 than 4 star book in my viewOne of my all time favorite scenes in Jane Austen is Emma Watson's rescue of Charles Blake. Indeed, when asked to name my three favorite Austen Secondary Characters at my non-Austen in Book Austen bookclub(what a mouthful, sorry!)I named Emma Watson and Charles Blake 3rd(Jane Bennet/Adm Croft #1, John Knightley #2). Given my horrid experience with Joan Aiken's Emma Watso [...]


    5. It's very encouraging to see how many skilled and well-informed writers are taking on the Austenesque genre, and Ann Mychal certainly falls into that category. On starting this book--based on Jane Austen's unfinished novel known as The Watsons--I was initially charmed by Mychal's gift for imitating Jane Austen's style. There were a few anachronisms, but on the whole she has the lingo down, and her prose is a pleasure to read. Early on in the story I was bothered by the changes to the storyline ( [...]


    6. Originally published on the wonderful AustenProse website: austenprose/2014/09/29/emmFor those who love Jane Austen’s novels her early death is a tragedy we feel anew each time we contemplate the scant space she takes up on our bookshelves. What Austen fan doesn’t long for more than six completed novels, especially since she left behind several tantalizing story fragments? Of these Sanditon is the most polished, Austen was working on it as a mature author shortly before she died, but it’s [...]


    7. This book may have been based on Jane Austen’s unfinished story The Watsons, but in my opinion, it is nowhere near the quality of those six short chapters.  Perhaps if I hadn’t read the chapters Jane Austen wrote right before reading this book, I might have liked it better.  However, I couldn’t help but feel that Mychal took great liberties with the material Austen started, particularly with the characters’ personalities.  Though what Austen wrote of this story wasn’t much more than [...]


    8. I read Jane Austen's expert of a novel titled, after her death, The Watsons, and fell in love with it. I was so sad that she hadn't finished it. This novel is based on that excerpt and I loved it. It doesn't follow the story line that Jane Austen originally intended according to her niece, but I felt that it stayed very true to the feeling of the original piece. I loved the authors writing style and I also loved the characters. My only complaint is at the end the resolution isn't shown, instead [...]


    9. The Watson's a unfinished work of Jane Austen is the basis for this story.Emma and Elizabeth of the title are the youngest and eldest of the Watsons. But the author has decided to not include Austen's work but write her own story about these characters.A very enjoyable read which I look forward to reading again.






    10. Nice variationThis was an enjoyable story with Austenesque themes and writing style. There were some typos and places where the original text was a little rough.



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