By Lee Child
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A bus crashes in a savage storm from snow and lands Jack Reacher in the midst of a perilous disagreement. In within sight Bolton, South Dakota, one courageous girl is status up for justice in a small city threatened via sinister forces. If she’s going to reside lengthy sufficient to testify, she’ll need assistance. simply because a killer is coming to Bolton, a coldly expert murderer who by no means misses.
Reacher’s unique plan used to be to maintain on relocating. however the subsequent sixty one hours will swap every little thing. The secrets and techniques are deadlier and his enemies are more advantageous than he can have guessed—but so is the girl he’ll probability his existence to save.
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Elton as a growing interest in Harriet so determined that she misinterprets and is disappointed, even irritated, at the lack of ultimate results, though she can still draw optimistic conclusions. Her willfulness and stratagems stand in contrast to her genuine and realistic kindness in other matters such as the poor sick family. In addition, Harriet's utter simplicity is exemplified; Mr. Elton's increasing gallantry and interest are made at least ambiguous to the reader if not to Emma; and Jane Fairfax is mentioned to prepare for her later appearance in the novel as a foil for Emma.
Emma feels sorry for Jane's having to take a position, but her attentions are repulsed. Ten days later the Westons receive a brief letter from Frank in which he explains that he and Jane have been engaged since their being together at Weymouth; Mr. Churchill now gives his consent. It turns out that Harriet has not been thinking of Frank at all but rather of George Knightley. When Emma learns this, she is awakened to the fact that Mr. Knightley must marry no one but herself and she wishes that she had never seen Harriet and had let her marry Robert Martin.
But most of these historic fluxes did not come even as close as the blank margin of her pages. Instead, she concentrated upon eternal mixed qualities of humanityof human relationshipsexemplified in the provincial society about her. This life she knew intimately, and it was for her enough. Introduction to Emma As has often been done, one canand with truthsay that Emma, like Jane Austen's other novels, deals with the subject of young ladies finding proper husbands. On the surface this is what the story line of Emma is about, but the total subject matter of the book concerns much more than that.