Published January 1, 2007
by Pomona Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||572|
Clarissa, or, the History of a Young Lady is an epistolary novel by English writer Samuel Richardson, published in It tells the tragic story of a young woman, Clarissa Harlowe, whose quest for virtue is continually thwarted by her : Samuel Richardson. Clarissa Harlowe - Volume IV Samuel Richardson, an 18th-century English writer and printer () This ebook presents «Clarissa Harlowe - Volume IV», from Samuel Richardson. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected. TABLE OF CONTENTS ABOUT THIS BOOK CLARISSA HARLOWE - VOLUME IVBrand: The Perfect Library. Clarissa is a far cry from Pamela's moralizing moral morality, that's for damn sure. The characters are dark & intense: Clarissa's vile family, Lovelace's obsession and desire and - I believe it - love; even Anna Howe seems a little too I love this book/5. * See Vol. IV. Letter X. 'She wants but very little farther provocation,' she says, 'to fly privately to London. And if she does, she will not leave her till she sees her either honourably married, or quit of the wretch.' Here, Jack, the transcriber Sally has added a prayer--'For the Lord's sake, dear Mr.
The title page, according to current conventions, announced that Clarissa was "published by the editor of Pamela", and made no reference to Richardson. As . Samuel Richardson's 'Clarissa’, which was first published in , is an absolute literary feat and one I have been meaning to read since I was a teenager, but the sheer length of the book (despite having read novels such as 'Les Miserables' and 'The Count of Monte Cristo' and others - which, although not as long as 'Clarissa', do number 4/4(58). Clarissa Harlowe: or, The History of a Young Lady, Volume IV by Samuel Richardson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Via personal blessings and stories of visitations, miracles, and common events, Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés helps us reconnect with the fierce and loving force of the Blessed Mother. Trade Paperback book with 30 of the author's ex-votos, her color illustrations for prayer pages ISBN ISBN Women’s.
Samuel Richardson's 'Clarissa’, which was first published in , is an absolute literary feat and one I have been meaning to read since I was a teenager, but the sheer length of the book (despite having read novels such as 'Les Miserables' and 'The Count of Monte Cristo' and others - which, although not as long as 'Clarissa', do number /5(81). Letter 1 [Page 3] THE HISTORY OF Clarissa Harlowe. VOL. IV. LETTER I. Mr. Lovelace, To John Belford, Esq; Tuesday, May 2. Mercury, as the Fabulist tells us, having the curiosity to know the estimation he stood in among mortals, descended in disguise, and, in a Statuary's shop, cheapened a Jupiter, then a Juno, then one, then another, of the Dii majores; and, at last, asked, What price that. Another irresistible Regency romance from Chesneywho here continues the Tribble sisters series. Now it's the very pretty but very tall and very clumsy Clarissa Vevian who must be coached and chaperonedand who, in familiar (and often witty) fashion, suffers through all sorts of adventures and hair's-breadth escapes before she finds True Love. More charming, pleasant falderal for. Page iii - Clarissa with me: and, as soon as they began to read, the whole station was in a passion of excitement about Miss Harlowe and her misfortunes, and her scoundrelly Lovelace! The Governor's wife seized the book, and the Secretary waited for it, and the Chief Justice could not read it for tears.