"Shamela" is a satirical novel written by Henry Fielding. A brilliant caricature, it imitates and pokes fun at Samuel Richardson's novel "Pamela." It exaggerates the original novel's narrative method and mocks its pretentious characters. Critics term it as the best parody in English Literature.
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