Moll Flanders: Easyread Comfort Edition
A spectacular book by Defoe, it narrates the poignant story of Moll. Born in prison, she spends her early childhood as a servant. During the various stages of her life she faces hardships and miseries that lead her to several marriages, whoredom, and thievery. Set in the eighteenth century, it also brilliantly describes the social and living conditions of America and England. A true classic!
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