Emma by Jane Austen is a story full of fallacies. Misunderstandings occur causing tortuous relationships and weeping. The story is about Emma, a resident at Highbury who has high status because of her wealth and beauty. Making the match between Miss Taylor, her governess, and Mr. Weston, Emma thinks it proves her an adequate person for matchmaking. Emma soon after finds it as her duty to get her friend Harriet Smith a partner. Harriet is fond of Mr. Robert Martin, a respectable farmer. However, when Mr. Martin proposes to Harriet, Emma strongly disapproves. Instead, Emma seeks out Mr. Elton. This plan goes chaotically awry when Mr. Elton declares his love for Emma. Emma is shocked, realizing that his words are sugar-coated only to win over her fortune. Devastated, Emma puts down her matchmaking hopes, however, not entirely giving upon them. On the acquaintance with Mr. Frank Churchill, Emma thinks him to be a reputable gentleman. Emma doesn’t succeed in her predictions and comes across her true fate which holds many joyous laughs and twisted turns.