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

25 Signs You're An Anglophile

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

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 on Emma " I am going to take a heroine whom no one but myself will much like" why do I like Emma's  character so much then? What does that say about me?

Jane Austen on Emma " I am going to take a heroine whom no one but myself will much like" why do I like Emma's character so much then? What does that say about me?

"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

Emma {2009} What I love most about the 2009 Emma is that she and Harriet act exactly as I would imagine two young women, just approaching adulthood, would act, even in the 21st century. They are giggly and goofy and they make mistakes and take the wrong advice, even if its their own. They are imperfect, and that is the beauty of Jane Austen.

Emma {2009} What I love most about the 2009 Emma is that she and Harriet act exactly as I would imagine two young women, just approaching adulthood, would act, even in the 21st century. They are giggly and goofy and they make mistakes and take the wrong advice, even if its their own. They are imperfect, and that is the beauty of Jane Austen.

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