Charlotte Temple: Easyread Comfort Edition

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ReadHowYouWant.com, 2006 - Fiction - 188 pages
A story of seduction, betrayal and retribution. It is a sentimental, moralistic novel of Eighteenth century that leaves the protagonist, Charlotte, in the midst of a cunning and unforgiving world. The quest of love leaves her in America; lonely and away from home. With moral teachings and guidelines for women, the novel instantly captivates.
 

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UNEXPECTED MISFORTUNES 11 CHAPTER IV CHANGE OF FORTUNE
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AN INTRIGUING TEACHER 29 CHAPTER VII NATURAL SENSE OF PROPRIETY
34
WHEN WE HAVE EXCITED CURIOSITY
50
CRUEL DISAPPOINTMENT 64 CHAPTER XIV MATERNAL SORROW
70
NECESSARY DIGRESSION 79 CHAPTER XVII A WEDDING
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A MISTAKE DISCOVERED 94 CHAPTER XX
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