Emma Characters

Name the character corresponding to each quote.
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Last updated: May 23, 2018
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"____________, handsome, clever, and rich, with a comfortable home and happy disposition, seemed to unite some of the best blessings of existence[.]"
Emma Woodhouse
"There was a strange rumour in Highbury of all the little Perrys being seen with a slice of _________'s wedding-cake in their hands[.]"
Mrs. Weston
'“I believe it is very true, my dear, indeed,” said _________, with a sigh. “I am afraid I am sometimes very fanciful and troublesome.”'
Mr. Woodhouse
"He had used every body ill—and they are all delighted to forgive him.—He is a fortunate man indeed!”
Frank Churchill
"______ was a vain woman, extremely well satisfied with herself, and thinking much of her own importance; that she meant to shine and be very superior[.]"
Mrs. Elton
"I wish ________ very well; but she tires me to death.”
Jane Fairfax
"___________ was the natural daughter of somebody."
Harriet Smith
"___________, in fact, was one of the few people who could see faults in Emma Woodhouse, and the only one who ever told her of them[.]"
Mr. Knightley
"She was not a woman of strong understanding or any quickness[.]"
Isabella Knightley
"_____________ was a tall, gentleman-like, and very clever man; rising in his profession, domestic, and respectable in his private character[.]"
Mr. John Knightley
"“I do own myself to have been completely mistaken in ____________. There is a littleness about him which you discovered, and which I did not[.]"
Mr. Elton
"She was a great talker upon little matters[.]"
Miss Bates
"__________ was the mistress of a School[.]"
Mrs. Goddard
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