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by Kaoru Mori


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Only 7 left in stock (more on the way).

Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). In the previous book, Emma worked as a maid in the country and adapted to that life, while William pined for her, had no idea where she was, and got along well with other girl, Eleanor. In this book, Eleanor continues to get along with William and with William's family. When the family Emma has been working for in the country makes plans to visit London, circumstances are right for Emma and William to meet again.

Kaoru Mori, Emma, vol. 4 (CMX, 2004)

Kaoru Mori, Emma, vol. 4 (CMX, 2004). Big revelations in the last volume + Emma's new employer selecting her as a handmaid for her trip to London tell you exactly where this volume is headed, no? And while there's not a single surprise to be found here, I didn't care one bit. Mori has manipulated both story and reader skillfully enough that even the oldest conventions of the whole upstairs-downstairs genre seem, if not new, at least fully retreaded for the new journey. As enchanting as ever, this Kaoru Mori, Emma, vol.

Vol. 4. Publication Date. Absolutely worth the time and money spent on this manga by kaoru Mori!! Oh how I love Emma! This serie of 10 volumes total is a complete BLAST to read again and again! I love the way Kaoru Mori draws and the details she brings into each picture.

Kaoru Mori's previous series, Emma, about a maid and a gentleman in Victorian England, has been lauded byLibrary Journal and was named to the YALSA Great Graphic Novels list. A Bride's Story has only broadened her fan base in Japan and the . with its elegant style and delicate story. Country of Publication.

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Emma, Vol. 4 by Kaoru Mori (Hardback, 2016). Kaoru Mori's previous series, Emma, about a maid and a gentleman in Victorian England, has been lauded byLibrary Journal and was named to the YALSA Great Graphic Novels list

Emma, Vol. Kaoru Mori's previous series, Emma, about a maid and a gentleman in Victorian England, has been lauded byLibrary Journal and was named to the YALSA Great Graphic Novels list.

Emma, a young woman rescued from destitution and trained as a proper British maid, falls in love with William, the eldest son of a wealthy family, but their pure love may be torn apart by class differences and prejudice.

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Swift Summer
...as Emma makes an unintended return trip to London. Of course, in a city with that many people, what are the odds that the two would run into one another. Astronomical, I'd say.

As the Molders head to town with Emma in their retinue, our young heroine finds herself once again in the place she wished so desperately to be away from. A quick stop to an old friend's final repose and she finds that her mistress has met her eccentric friend from the country, Mrs.Trollope, who finds herself in need of an escort to her son's engagement party.

And then there's William... as the pressures of living under his assumed face of societal duty begins to wear, Eleanor finally gathers the courage to confess her love... at the opera, no less. This, of course, comes as a surprise to a new character added to the dramatic mix... Eleanor's sister, Monica, who is none too happy with her dear little angel's good news.

Mori once again does plenty to flesh out the people of her story, be they large or small, and aptly use them to educate the reader on the means, manners, and subtleties of Victorian/Edwardian living. Equal time is given both to the decadent (yet, proper... they ARE British, you know... well, most of them) Upstairs folk and to the down to earth Downstairs servants and clerks, all of whom are wonderfully real, even if they only have a few frames to appear in.

The art is crisp and clean, as we've come to expect from Ms.Mori, and her attention to detail is exquisite. Speaking of the art, remember my warning from Vol.1? Well, parents, this is where it starts, but I consider it to be perfectly tasteful and in fitting with the character... but, I thought you should know.

Enjoy this volume as things are about to become much more dramatic for our two star-crossed lovers. Will their feelings be able to overcome the obstacles forming ahead...? Only time, and three more volumes (by my tally), will tell.
Llallayue
This is an excellent romantic series that is well researched. Kaoru Mori does a beautiful job of setting up a series seemingly unrelated events that bring the two lovers back together again. This is my favorite volume in the series and I always cry when I read it.
lolike
love this series!! even have the anime of it. can't wait to get volume 5!!!
Rivik
Love it!
Hugighma
A truly beautiful and heartwarming story. I truly regret not getting this whole book set when it was still in production.
Arcanefist
There was good build-up, lovely art, but not a lot of progress in the story.
Stan
The art is beautiful as always--the backdrops of almost every panel are works of art that I would hang on my wall, and Kaoru Mori has the look of Victorian London down pat, from the buildings to the clothes and the interior decorating. But more importantly, this volume finally included a scene that really tugged at my heartstrings, pretty much the first time I felt any real emotion in this series.

This is the volume in which Emma grows from a pretty story about pretty, shy people who seem to like each other for some reason into a real story about characters that are feeling human beings.
Kaoru Mori, <strong>Emma, vol. 4</strong> (CMX, 2004)

Big revelations in the last volume + Emma's new employer selecting her as a handmaid for her trip to London tell you exactly where this volume is headed, no? And while there's not a single surprise to be found here, I didn't care one bit. Mori has manipulated both story and reader skillfully enough that even the oldest conventions of the whole upstairs-downstairs genre seem, if not new, at least fully retreaded for the new journey. As enchanting as ever, this series. ****
Emma, Vol. 4 download epub
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Author: Kaoru Mori
ISBN: 1401211356
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Manga
Language: English
Publisher: CMX (June 20, 2007)
Pages: 192 pages