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For instance, my brother was “invited’’ (if you can call it that) to his roommate/“friend’s’’ wedding, which he would have had to pay

For instance, my brother was “invited’’ (if you can call it that) to his roommate/“friend’s’’ wedding, which he would have had to pay $1,200 to attend — in Mexico.My brother was to be one of the “best men’’ in the wedding, to top it off.Because I know, just as well as all of you do, that love doesn't really work like that.Human emotion isn't neatly ordered and rational and easily predictable.For this project, you will select an unmarried character in Emma and create an online dating profile for him/her.

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For instance, my brother was “invited’’ (if you can call it that) to his roommate/“friend’s’’ wedding, which he would have had to pay $1,200 to attend — in Mexico.

My brother was to be one of the “best men’’ in the wedding, to top it off.

Because I know, just as well as all of you do, that love doesn't really work like that.

Human emotion isn't neatly ordered and rational and easily predictable.

For this project, you will select an unmarried character in Emma and create an online dating profile for him/her.

In making your profile, be sure to include details that are supported by the text.

Scott Fitzgerald) Profile Photo: Profile of his face looking out over the water, a greenish glow in the distance Location: 22 miles from NYC About Jay: I’m a go-getter, a self-made man. I like to throw big parties, the bigger the better, the more the merrier.

I may have nice clothes, nice cars, and 99 bottles of Dom, but deep down I’m just a sensitive, small-town guy.

,200 to attend — in Mexico.

My brother was to be one of the “best men’’ in the wedding, to top it off.

Because I know, just as well as all of you do, that love doesn't really work like that.

Human emotion isn't neatly ordered and rational and easily predictable.

For this project, you will select an unmarried character in Emma and create an online dating profile for him/her.

In making your profile, be sure to include details that are supported by the text.

Scott Fitzgerald) Profile Photo: Profile of his face looking out over the water, a greenish glow in the distance Location: 22 miles from NYC About Jay: I’m a go-getter, a self-made man. I like to throw big parties, the bigger the better, the more the merrier.

I may have nice clothes, nice cars, and 99 bottles of Dom, but deep down I’m just a sensitive, small-town guy.

So to take some of that pressure off, let’s see how some of our favorite fictional characters would fare at online dating in this day and age: Jay Gatsby (, by F.For example, don’t claim that the character loves to garden if there is no evidence in the text that this is true.To prepare for this project, I suggest that you pick a character early on and keep a running list of the character’s likes and dislikes and personality traits—be sure to note the passages and page numbers.The resulting student projects were excellent and more creative than I ever imagined.Emma enjoys matchmaking and believes she is particularly gifted at bringing couples together.