Jane Austen's Emm Chapter Analysis

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The first chapter of a novel is the foundation of the story; its job is to introduce characters, insinuate a future conflict, establish a tone and point of view, and hooks the reader so they keep reading. The idea behind a hook is to present a problem or question that intrigues the reader, in such a way that they will continue to read the whole book. The conflict or questions that should arise in the first chapter is how the author should divulge key information without offering to much important information. Disclosing certain pieces of information in the first chapter, is the best way to hook the reader and form a relationship between the reader and the main character (Starting your story). In the first chapter of Emma, the author, Jane Austin,
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