Gwyneth Paltrow, Emma Woodhouse - Emma directed by Douglas McGrath (1996) #janeausten

Gwyneth Paltrow, Emma Woodhouse - Emma directed by Douglas McGrath (1996) #janeausten

EMMA: I take full credit for having introduced Miss Taylor to her future husband, Mr. Weston, for their marriage. Thanks to them, I have decided that I do enjoy matchmaking. Because of them, I shall try to pursue it for someone else, like Harriet.

EMMA: I take full credit for having introduced Miss Taylor to her future husband, Mr. Weston, for their marriage. Thanks to them, I have decided that I do enjoy matchmaking. Because of them, I shall try to pursue it for someone else, like Harriet.

Mr. Knightley: I rode through the rain! I'd - I'd ride through worse than that if I could just hear your voice telling me that I might, at least, have some chance to win you. - Jeremy Northam, Mr. Knightley - Emma directed by Douglas McGrath (1996) #janeausten #fanart

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Mr. Knightley: I rode through the rain! I'd - I'd ride through worse than that if I could just hear your voice telling me that I might, at least, have some chance to win you. - Jeremy Northam, Mr. Knightley - Emma directed by Douglas McGrath (1996) #janeausten #fanart

luxurious shawl - british period movies always showcase the most amazing fabrics

luxurious shawl - british period movies always showcase the most amazing fabrics

Emma (1996) - In rural 1800s England things go bad for a young matchmaker after she finds a man for another woman.

Emma (1996)

Emma (1996) - In rural 1800s England things go bad for a young matchmaker after she finds a man for another woman.

Jane Austen Books made into movies...The older Pride and Prejudice is better, but they are all lovely books and movies

Jane Austen Books made into movies...The older Pride and Prejudice is better, but they are all lovely books and movies

"Now I don't have to call you Mr. Knightley, I can call you my Mr. Knightley"... Love that line

"Now I don't have to call you Mr. Knightley, I can call you my Mr. Knightley"... Love that line

It is a truth universally acknowledged that we can’t all be Lizzy Bennet. ~ Which Jane Austen Heroine Are You? | Buzz Feed

Which Jane Austen Heroine Are You?

It is a truth universally acknowledged that we can’t all be Lizzy Bennet. ~ Which Jane Austen Heroine Are You? | Buzz Feed

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