IndyPublish.com, 2007 - 132 pages
Oh, my father! cried Miss Eldridge, tenderly taking his hand, "be not anxious on that account; for daily are my prayers offered to heaven that our lives may terminate at the same instant, and one grave receive us both; for why should I live when deprived of my only friend."
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - wareagle78 - LibraryThing
Remorse with a side dish of guilt is the theme of Charlotte Temple, a US bestseller before the term existed. The tale is universal - a lovely, well-brought-up, moral young woman takes a tiny step ... Read full review
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I think that it is a great book for American Literature classes and the content is quite interesting. It is useful for high school level English classes too. Read full review