Emma was a girl of good character, a beautiful and clever person. She was a happy temper and never got bored. But her life was not as good as it seemed at first sight. Associating with her true friend, she caught herself thinking that sometimes George evoked the conflicting opinions. She made the acquaintance of him when they were children. He was a good friend that spoke well of her behind her back. Emma did not show her real emotions in relation to George. One of the reasons was Emma’s unwillingness to break solid relationship which had appeared on the first day of their familiarity. He was the ideal young man - was possessed of qualities such as noble-mindedness, sincere feelings.

Emma spared no efforts in visiting different clubs such as Art club 44 and the book club. She appreciated the modern art of the greatest painters. With him she paid a visit to the varied exhibitions. As for books Emma preferred to read about the historical events, the fate of the miserable, outcast and doomed people. She lived through every person in the novel. Thereby Emma thought that her mission was to save though her friends from downfall.  Being romantic and young she wanted them to be happy. Emma and her faithful friend planed to conduct the community service. They need to start at least with something. She found the work for everyone who she cherished and wished only the good life. Her close friends were involved in community service 5 hours a week.

Of course she was engaged in not only interests of her nearest and dearest. Emma and George were collegian of various educational institutions. They were keen on studying and finding out a great deal of useful and truly interesting knowledge. But it was not all their cup of tea. Emma and George took lessons in Italian and Germany languages at classes MFA 9-1.40 and did not imagine their life without each other.

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