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*This may be a reference to [[Emma Watson]], the actress who portrays [[Hermione Granger]] and/or [[Emma Thompson]], who plays [[Sybill Trelawney]]. Additionally, [[Harry Potter (book series)|''Harry Potter'' series]] author [[J. K. Rowling]] is a known fan of this work, having stated "I have never set up a surprise ending in a ''Harry Potter'' book without knowing I can never, and will never, do it anywhere near as well as Austen did in ''Emma''."<ref name="Wikipedia - influences">[[Wikipedia:Harry Potter influences and analogues#Emma|Wikipedia entry]] on ''Harry Potter'' influences and analogues</ref>
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*[[Harry Potter (book series)|''Harry Potter'' series]] author [[J. K. Rowling]] is a known fan of this work, having stated "I have never set up a surprise ending in a ''Harry Potter'' book without knowing I can never, and will never, do it anywhere near as well as Austen did in ''Emma''."<ref name="Wikipedia - influences">[[Wikipedia:Harry Potter influences and analogues#Emma|Wikipedia entry]] on ''Harry Potter'' influences and analogues</ref>
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

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Emma
Emma
Publication information
Author

Jane Austen

Released

December 1815

Emma is a novel written by Jane Austen, first pubished in December 1815. A novel in three volumes, it concerns a woman named Emma Wodehouse living in Georgian-Regency England who fancies herself a matchmaker.

Behind the scenes

  • Harry Potter series author J. K. Rowling is a known fan of this work, having stated "I have never set up a surprise ending in a Harry Potter book without knowing I can never, and will never, do it anywhere near as well as Austen did in Emma."[1]

Appearances

See also

External link

Notes and references

  1. Wikipedia entry on Harry Potter influences and analogues

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