Thursday, February 23, 2012

Emma: A Victorian Romance

This past weekend I finished watching Downtown Abbey's last episode for the season. And now I feel totally bummed out! How am I going to survive? Where can I get a classic romance story fix for the coming months that is based on the 19th century era?

I love this cartoon! Who says that adults can't watch cartoons?

It's been years since I saw an episode of Emma. And you know what I never finished watching season one. Also I just found out that there was a season two. I can't help it. I am a busy married woman that have to also keep house, just like Emma. Well, not quite.

For those who haven't heard about this anime cartoon this is not, I repeat, this is not the novel Emma by Jane Austen.

This story of Emma is actually set in Victorian London at the end of the 19th century. Emma is a maid who falls in love with a member of the gentry. However, the young man's family disapproves of him associating with people of the lower classes.

I am sure that this story has already intrigued you like it did me.

So now that Downtown Abbey is in hiatus here in the States. I will have plenty of time to start preparing for my Spring cleaning and to catch up with episodes of Emma. 

To watch Emma's first season episodes visit:  Nozomi Entertainment Youtube Channel. To purchase Emma DVD season's one and two visit: Right Stuff.Com

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