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Clarissa, or, The history of a young lady.

Author: Samuel Richardson
Publisher: Auckland : The Floating Press, 2014.
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Immerse yourself in the epic sweep of what some critics regard as one of the most culturally significant novels ever written. Clarissa Harlowe is a virtuous young woman whose nouveau riche family wants desperately to be able to lay claim to the aristocracy. They plan to do this by marrying off Clarissa to a wealthy heir, but there's just one catch: Clarissa despises the fellow they've set their sights on and will do  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Richardson, Samuel.
Clarissa : Or, the History of a Young Lady.
Auckland : The Floating Press, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Richardson
ISBN: 9781776538799 177653879X
OCLC Number: 881608254
Description: 1 online resource (3486 pages)
Contents: Title; Contents; Preface; Names of the Principal Persons; VOLUME I; Letter I --
Miss Anna Howe, to Miss Clarissa Harlowe, Jan 10; Letter II --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Harlowe-Place, Jan 13; Letter III --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Jan 13, 14; Letter IV --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Jan 15; Letter V --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Jan 20; Letter VI --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Harlowe-Place, Jan 20; Letter VII --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Harlowe-Place, Feb 20; Letter VIII --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Feb 24. Letter IX --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Feb 26, in the MorningLetter X --
Miss Howe, to Miss Clarissa Harlowe Feb 27; Letter XI --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Wednesday, March 1; Letter XII --
Miss Howe, to Miss Clarissa Harlowe Thursday Morning, March 2; Letter XIII --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Wednesday, March 1; Letter XIV --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Thursday Evening, March 2; Letter XV --
Miss Howe, to Miss Clarissa Harlowe Friday, March 3; Letter XVI --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Friday, March 3; Letter XVII --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe. Letter XVIII --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Sat Mar 4Letter XIX --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe, Sat March 4, 12 O'Clock; Letter XX --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Sat Afternoon; Letter XXI --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe, Sat Night; Letter XXII --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Sunday Morning, March 5; Letter XXIII --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Monday Morning, March 6; Letter XXIV --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Monday, Near 12 O'Clock; Letter XXV --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Tuesday, March 7. Letter XXVI --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Thursday Morn, March 9Letter XXVII --
Miss Howe, to Miss Clarissa Harlowe Thursday Night, March 9; Letter XXVIII --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Friday, March 10; Letter XXIX --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Saturday, March 11; Letter XXX --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Sunday Night, March 12; Letter XXXI --
Mr. Lovelace, to John Belford, Esq. Monday, March 13; Letter XXXII --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Tuesday, March 14; Letter XXXIII --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Thursday, March 16. Letter XXXIV --
Mr. Lovelace, to John Belford, Esq. Friday, March 17Letter XXXV --
Mr. Lovelace, to John Belford, Esq.; Letter XXXVI --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Saturday, March 18; Letter XXXVII --
Miss Howe, to Miss Clarissa Harlowe Sunday, March 19; Letter XXXVIII --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Monday, March 20; Letter XXXIX --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Monday, March 12; Letter XL --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe; Letter XLI --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Tuesday, March 21; Letter XLII --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe. Letter XLIII --
Miss Clarissa Harlowe, to Miss Howe Tuesday, March 21.
Other Titles: Clarissa
History of a young lady

Abstract:

Immerse yourself in the epic sweep of what some critics regard as one of the most culturally significant novels ever written. Clarissa Harlowe is a virtuous young woman whose nouveau riche family wants desperately to be able to lay claim to the aristocracy. They plan to do this by marrying off Clarissa to a wealthy heir, but there's just one catch: Clarissa despises the fellow they've set their sights on and will do anything to escape this fate. When another beau comes into the ...

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