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

Jane Austen Emma Art Print 8x10 Mr Knightly by 10cameliaway

Jane Austen Emma - Literary Art Print - Mr Knightly Proposal - Jane Austen Quote - JAE003

Perfect for each other - Jane Austen quote art #romantic #watercolor

Thunderstorm poster Bolt decor Lightning print

Favorite Mr. Knightly line! Jane Austen, Emma, Mr. Knightly says, "Men of sense do not want silly wives."

9 Reasons Mr. Knightley Is WAY Better Than Mr. Darcy

Favorite Mr. Knightly line! Jane Austen, Emma, Mr. Knightly says, "Men of sense do not want silly wives."

Jane Austen Emma Print Deserve The Best 8x10 by 10cameliaway, $25.00 http://www.10cameliaway.etsy.com

Jane Austen Emma Print Deserve The Best 8x10 by 10cameliaway, $25.00 http://www.10cameliaway.etsy.com

Illustrations for Jane Austen’s classical novels.  By ChihAriel

Illustrations for Jane Austen’s classical novels

Emma (Jane Austen) quotes from 'Orgoglio e pregiudizio/pride and pregiudice' facebook page

Emma (Jane Austen) quotes from 'Orgoglio e pregiudizio/pride and pregiudice' facebook page

An Emma Gazetteer: A Guide to the Real and Imagined Places in the Novel Emma by Jane Austen. www.pemberley.com . [IMG: marygcorpus:A map of Highbury from Jane Austen’s Emma]

An Emma Gazetteer: A Guide to the Real and Imagined Places in the Novel Emma by Jane Austen. www.pemberley.com . [IMG: marygcorpus:A map of Highbury from Jane Austen’s Emma]

"I examined my own heart, and there you were... never, I fear, to be removed." -- BBC's adaptation of Emma

"I examined my own heart, and there you were... never, I fear, to be removed." -- BBC's adaptation of Emma

"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

Because society is patriarchal AF and you can’t even own your own damn house. | 22 Struggles That Are Way Too Real For Jane Austen Heroines

Because society is patriarchal AF and you can’t even own your own damn house.

Because society is patriarchal AF and you can’t even own your own damn house. | 22 Struggles That Are Way Too Real For Jane Austen Heroines

“Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever and rich, with a comfortable home and happy disposition, seemed to unite some of the best blessings of existence. ... The real evils of Emma’s situation were the power of having rather too much her own way, and a disposition to think a little too well of herself.”

“Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever and rich, with a comfortable home and happy disposition, seemed to unite some of the best blessings of existence. ... The real evils of Emma’s situation were the power of having rather too much her own way, and a disposition to think a little too well of herself.”

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