Charlotte Temple: Easyread Comfort Edition
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
AN INTRIGUING TEACHER 29 CHAPTER VII NATURAL SENSE OF PROPRIETY
WHEN WE HAVE EXCITED CURIOSITY
CRUEL DISAPPOINTMENT 64 CHAPTER XIV MATERNAL SORROW
NECESSARY DIGRESSION 79 CHAPTER XVII A WEDDING
A MISTAKE DISCOVERED 94 CHAPTER XX
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