carnevalemanfredonia.it
» » Emma, Vol. 2

eBook Emma, Vol. 2 download

by Kaoru Mori

eBook Emma, Vol. 2 download ISBN: 140121133X
Author: Kaoru Mori
Publisher: CMX; First Print English Translation edition (December 20, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 200
ePub: 1732 kb
Fb2: 1713 kb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: rtf lit azw docx
Category: Comics
Subcategory: Manga

Emma Volume 2 continues the heartwarming story about a shy maid who has fallen in love with William, a man from the upper class (and vice versa).

Only 14 left in stock (more on the way). Emma Volume 2 continues the heartwarming story about a shy maid who has fallen in love with William, a man from the upper class (and vice versa). The way Kaoru Mori tells this tragic and beautiful story is like reading a Jane Austen novel, except it's much better (in my opinion) and it is told through beautiful, simple, cross-hatched imagery rather than ironic and spoofy storytelling. As hinted in the first volume, this volume focuses more on the impossibility of William and Emma's relationship, at least in the eyes of William's family and a few other characters.

Ever since I found out about Kaoru Mori's Emma series I've been a big fan. I read Emma: Volume One several months ago and finally got my hands on Emma: Volume 2 over winter break. The series is about a young girl named Emma.

Emma (エマ, Ema) is a historical romance manga by Kaoru Mori. It was published by Enterbrain in the magazine Comic Beam and collected in 10 tankōbon volumes. The series has been adapted as an anime television series, entitled Emma – A Victorian Romance (英國戀物語エマ, Eikoku Koi Monogatari Emma). The manga is licensed in English in North America by Yen Press and the anime is licensed in English by Nozomi Entertainment.

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.

Emma, Vol. REFERENCE, INFORMATION. NEW – New, unread book. 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. Read full description. See details and exclusions.

that provides the gripping emotional drama of Kaoru Mori's Emma .

Working class maid Emma and wealthy aristocrat William Jones find themselves falling for one another despite their allotted positions in life, and it is their persistent efforts to traverse the dangerous minefields of wealth, power, and staunch tradition, that provides the gripping emotional drama of Kaoru Mori's Emma. Tips: You're reading Emma Vo. Chapter 9: Family, please read Emma Vo. Chapter 9: Family english scan online from right to left. Emma Chapter Navigation

Emma kaoru mori japanese anime manga book vo.

Only 1 left! 4 Watching. Emma kaoru mori japanese anime manga book vo.

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.
Comments: (7)
Ericaz
Emma Volume 2 continues the heartwarming story about a shy maid who has fallen in love with William, a man from the upper class (and vice versa). The way Kaoru Mori tells this tragic and beautiful story is like reading a Jane Austen novel, except it's much better (in my opinion) and it is told through beautiful, simple, cross-hatched imagery rather than ironic and spoofy storytelling. As hinted in the first volume, this volume focuses more on the impossibility of William and Emma's relationship, at least in the eyes of William's family and a few other characters.

This volume finally shows William and Emma together at last on their first date, but the ending (after hearing Emma's tragic past and some nasty confrontations with William's stuck-up family) is far more tragic, at least to the readers. The volume begins happily but ends sadly. Thankfully, unlike the anime that was originally going to end here (before season 2 was announced to begin this Jan in Japan), the manga goes on for five more volumes. Mori has us on pins and needles, and she probably enjoys it. Never before have I wanted two people get together so much in any manga, anime or any type of media/literature. Hats off to Mori, the genius romantic authoress.
Kazigrel
I finally completed the Emma manga series and I can truly enjoy the many stories of not only Emma but all the characters in the stories throughout ups and downs the comedies the tragedies and the trials and tribulations. Thank you very much
Gianni_Giant
As Kelly is tended for her deteriorating health, Emma and the Young Master Jones go out on a very proper tour (date) of the historic Crystal Palace, which leads to an unexpected romantic evening together. But perhaps things are not meant to be as news of their love comes rather tepidly to the rest of the Jones household... the most powerful of whom still has designs on Eleanor for the Young Master. All of this, and another spoilerific event, leads Emma to make a most drastic decision concerning her class-breaking relationship with William.

A dinner party gives Eleanor a chance to strut her tailfeathers a bit while continuing to display her naivete. This gives the Old Master Jones a window to keep her in the picture and interested and serving as a piece of contention between father and son.

Stephens, the Jones's head butler is given quite a few moments here and there to illustrate proper behavior whilst inserting a few droll (yet properly subtle) jibes... whenever I see him in panel, I instantly think of Anthony Hopkins and smile.

Emma's origins and her first meeting with Madame Stowner are shown in this volume, along with the introduction of several new characters, the most important of whom only gets a few panels and is never ACTUALLY introduced... and keep an eye out for the shifty looking carriage driver as he shows up later as well (in almost Dickensian fashion).... Needless to say, volume two does a great job of thrusting the young lovers into the stark reality of their forbidden love while providing much in the way of character development.

Paper stock issues are the same as the first volume, rough texture cover that easily bows and offwhite newsprint that muddles the crispness of the art. But, it's Emma, so I'm buying it anyway.

I must reiterate my Vol.1 recommend here and implore you to buy this series... it is well worth it.

As a post script, I must say I really enjoyed the alley cat's denouement and how it almost parallels with Emma's situation in this volume. Well done, Mori-sensei... well done.
KiddenDan
That was my initial (and continuing) thought as I read volumes 1-5 of Emma. Mori's crisp artistic style conveys the same emotions of love, fear, and hesitation that Jane Austen did 200 years ago. Fans of "Pride and Prejudice" and "Sense and Sensibility" will also fall for Emma's mishaps in her journey through life and love. However, reading is easier due to the manga format.

Volume 2 continues in the same manner. The ever-popular maid Emma has feelings only for William, yet society can't permit two lovers from upper and lower class to be together. William crosses this unwritten rule and asks Emma out to the Crystal Palace. At nightfall, they are locked in and must wait until morning to return home. Although the romance between the two seems secure, Emma must soon decide whether or not to stay in London or return to her birthplace after her employer's death. Jane Austen-like mishaps ensue even though this drama plays out 90-so years after Austen's novels.

This review refers to the German translation of Emma, but I recommend it to anyone who wants a clean, refreshing romance...because compared to some of the trashy manga out there, that's exactly what Emma is--refreshing.
Pedar
Kaoru Mori, <strong>Emma, vol. 2</strong> (CMX, 2003)

Okay, I've now finished the second volume of Emma, and I'm entirely captivated by this. Mori takes the classic Victorian lovers-separated-by-class gig and presents it in a surprisingly classic way, but the characters are so engaging and Mori's POV fresh enough that it somehow seems to avoid most of the clichés you find in things like this. (Not all of them, but most.) I was planning on spacing the rest of the books in the series out over the rest of the year, but that ain't gonna work. The next four are already on the list of "stuff I'll be putting on hold at the library next". ****
Jorad
Wow, its fun to read Emma! Vol. 2 has even more beautiful scenes, like a dinner party and the Crystal Palace, than the first book! More characters are introduced, and we get to learn more about characters we already know. The only part I didn't like was the scene where Eleanor drinks a whole glass of wine in one gulp. It was a stupid thing to do, and I don't think she'd do something so unladylike. But I like that her character is mostly well developed, and much more than a boring `rival' who has no personality.