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Jul 12, 2021

[Answer] “Emma” is dedicated to which 19th-century royal?

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...In 1811, the “Regency Act” was passed, formally transferring control of the British monarchy from King George III to his son, the Prince Regent and the future George IV. The Prince Regent was a big fan of Jane Austen and kept a set of her novels at each of his residences. In 1815, Jane was invited to take a tour of Carlton House, the Prince’s official home, and was told that “she was at liberty to dedicate any future novel to him.” Later that same year, Austen published “Emma,” dedicating the novel to the Prince Regent.




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The Prince Regent/George IV:


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