Pamela: or, Virtue rewarded
Presents eighteenth-century English author Samuel Richardson's epistolary novel 'Pamela,' about a teenage servant who tries desperately to keep her virtue as her master tirelessly attempts to despoil her; and includes a scholarly introduction, a textual chronology, and a selected bibliography.
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