ReadHowYouWant.com, Oct 15, 2008
Richardson's novel is among the first English novels to explore the inner depths of human psychology. Told in a series of letters, his classic tale of a virginal serving maid pursued by her employer deals with matters that were unexplored when it was written in 1740. A true classic!
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