• Emma (novel), an 1815 novel by Jane Austen
  • Emma Brown, a fragment of a novel by Charlotte Brontë, completed by Clare Boylan in 2003
  • Emma (Kenyon novel), a 1955 novel by F. W. Kenyon
  • Emma: A Modern Retelling, a 2015 novel by Alexander McCall Smith
  • Emma (manga), a 2002 manga by Kaoru Mori and the adapted Japanese animated series
  • EMMA (magazine), a German feminist journal, published by Alice Schwarzer


  • Emma (1932 film), a 1932 film directed by Clarence Brown
  • Emma (1996 theatrical film), a cinema film from 1996, based on Austen's novel, with Gwyneth Paltrow as Emma
  • Emma (1996 TV film), a British TV film from 1996, based on Austen's novel, with Kate Beckinsale as Emma


  • Emma (1972 TV serial), British TV serial from 1972, based on Austen's novel, with Doran Godwin as Emma
  • Emma (anime), a Japanese television series subtitled "A Victorian Romance", broadcast in various Asian nations in 2005 and 2007
  • Emma (2009 TV serial), British TV serial from 2009, based on Austen's novel, with Romola Garai as Emma


  • E.M.M.A., a Swedish girl group (2001–2005)


  • "Emma", a song by Australian rock group Little River Band from their 1975 debut self titled album
  • "Emma", a song by Alkaline Trio from their 2003 album Good Mourning
  • "Emma", a song by Jonathan Edwards off his self-titled album
  • "Emma" (song), a 1974 song by Hot Chocolate


  • Emma (Welsh singer) (born 1974), a Welsh singer
  • Emma Marrone (born 1984), an Italian singer often billed as "Emma"

Other uses

  • Emma, a keytar instrument used by Lady Gaga on the Monster Ball Tour
  • Emma-gaala, a Finnish music award
  • Emma Frost, a Marvel comic book character
  • Emma (play), a 1976 play by Howard Zinn about Emma Goldman

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