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Mr. Knightley: I rode through the rain! I'd - I'd ride through worse than that if I could just hear your voice telling me that I might, at least, have some chance to win you. - Jeremy Northam, Mr. Knightley - Emma directed by Douglas McGrath (1996) #janeausten #fanart

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"If I loved you less, I might be able to talk about it more." ~ Mr. Knightley to Emma in Jane Austen's Emma

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Favorite Mr. Knightly line! Jane Austen, Emma, Mr. Knightly says, "Men of sense do not want silly wives."

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"Now I don't have to call you Mr. Knightley, I can call you my Mr. Knightley"... Love that line

Gwyneth Paltrow as the endlessly interfering Emma Woodhouse and Jeremy Northam as her eventual true love Mr Knightley are splendid in what had been the long awaited film of Jane Austen’s dazzlingly…

"I examined my own heart, and there you were... never, I fear, to be removed." -- BBC Emma

"I examined my own heart.never, I fear to be removed." Emma (Romola Garai) and Mr.

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[ems] "Then I examined my own heart and there you were. Never, I fear, to be removed." -Emma by Jane Austen