1 of 5
Which character’s difficulties serve to underscore Emma’s comparative privilege and financial independence?

2 of 5
Which character serves as the novel’s model of honesty, kindness, and good sense?

3 of 5
Who resembles Emma in temperament, leading her to remark that their spouses possess “characters so much superior to our own”?

4 of 5
What is the cause of Mr. Knightley’s moments of uncharacteristic impulsiveness and poor judgment?

5 of 5
What newly developed character trait does Emma’s decision to marry Knightley represent?