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Fri Mar 21 17:11:25 2014 UTClccn-n800370440.18The history of Pamela ; or, Virtue rewarded0.450.88A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain divided into circuits or journies ... interspersed with useful observations : particularly fitted for the perusal of such as desire to travel over the island /41845728Samuel_Richardsonn 80037044419168Auteur de Paméla & de Clarisse, l', 1689-1761Richardson.Richardson, ... 1689-1761Richardson, SamuelSchryver van de gevallen van Clarisse, en van den heer Charles Grandison, de, 1689-1761Uitgeever van Pamela en Clarissa, de, 1689-1761リチャードソンリチャードソン, サミュエルlccn-n79016886Fielding, Henry1707-1754antlccn-n79053974Defoe, Daniel1661?-1731lccn-n50020796Watt, Ian P.lccn-n79045512Eliot, George1819-1880np-carroll, john jCarroll, John J.comedtlccn-n99262854Price, Leahlccn-n80049565Laclos, Choderlos de1741-1803lccn-n79008220Rousseau, Jean-Jacques1712-1778lccn-n2007079385Harris, Jocelynauiedtlccn-n98038439Roulston, ChristineRichardson, Samuel1689-1761FictionCriticism, interpretation, etcPsychological fictionHistoryBiographyEpistolary fictionDidactic fictionJuvenile worksBibliographyParodies, imitations, etcRichardson, Samuel,EnglandKidnapping victimsEnglish fictionEpistolary fiction, EnglishMaster and servantWomen household employeesYoung women--Crimes againstVirtueConflict of generationsRape victimsClarissa (Richardson, Samuel)Love in literatureDefoe, Daniel,Death in literatureFielding, Henry,Virtue in literatureAmerican fictionLiteratureLoveNational characteristics, AmericanEliot, George,Literary formUnited StatesLiterature and anthropologyFiction--TechniqueManners and customsDeathGreat BritainWomen as literary charactersFictionRace relations in literatureMasculinity in literatureArchetype (Psychology) in literatureNational characteristics, American, in literaturePsychological fiction, AmericanSelf (Philosophy) in literatureEuropean fictionGender identity in literatureRousseau, Jean-Jacques,Laclos, Choderlos de,Melville, Herman,Cooper, James Fenimore,Poe, Edgar Allan,Hawthorne, Nathaniel,Brown, Charles Brockden,Twain, Mark,Faulkner, William,Criticism and interpretationNovelists, English168917611697169817081720172117251727172917301732173317341735173617371739174017411742174317441745174617471748174917501751175217531754175517561757175817591760176117621763176417651766176717681769177017711772177317741775177617771778177917801781178217831784178517861787178817891790179117921793179417951796179717981799180018011802180318041805180618071808180918101811181218131814181518161817181818191820182118221823182418251826182718281829183018311833183518361838183918441845184618471850185118521853185518561860186118621863186418651867186818691870187118731874187518761878188218831884188618871888188918901891189318941895189618971898190019011902190319041905190619071908191019111913191419151916191719181919192019221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919411942194319441946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320148918526907460823.6PR3667ocn001174725ocn001447728ocn039712891ocn679868003ocn833489209ocn760916569ocn855513957ocn838849636ocn016071162ocn797337972ocn027345681ocn007641957ocn029093829ocn055571729ocn222865778ocn027766592ocn056706258ocn742367974ocn612503949ocn051955719ocn494687160ocn457881441ocn694029078ocn465258698ocn082316092ocn084166757ocn822616295ocn767064619ocn469544225ocn494682781ocn833679014ocn833679009ocn833751289ocn833751300ocn764980786ocn457881733ocn661045246ocn457881748ocn457881642ocn457881323ocn465258679ocn465258677ocn460331184ocn846679902ocn313831839ocn311502628ocn311502818ocn470160046ocn725466067ocn457881903ocn649011596ocn8659124684808295ocn000358965book17470.35Richardson, SamuelClarissa; or, The history of a young ladyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionPsychological fictionRichardson's masterpiece in letter form, relates the story of a beautiful woman sacrificed to a heartless libertine+-+49160504854287371ocn659755421book17410.35Richardson, SamuelPamela, or, Virtue rewardedHistoryJuvenile worksFictionParodies, imitations, etcPsychological fictionEpistolary fictionThe story of a gentleman in 18th century England marrying a servant girl, a challenge to the social hierarchy. This shows a typical representative of the middle class which had already challenged the aristocracy and was beginning to impose its ideal of Protestant respectability and hard work on England and the world+-+51165584852914281ocn000631295book17530.32Richardson, SamuelThe history of Sir Charles GrandisonJuvenile worksFiction2565182ocn002007006book17400.35Richardson, SamuelPamelaFictionParodies, imitations, etcDidactic fictionEpistolary fictionFifteen-year-old Pamela Andrews, alone in the world, is pursued by her dead mistress's son. Although she is attracted to Mr B, she holds out against his demands, determined to protect her virginity and abide by her moral standards+-+09152351951524134ocn062836097book17690.18Richardson, SamuelThe history of Pamela ; or, Virtue rewardedJuvenile worksFiction96830ocn012507756book19850.29Richardson, SamuelClarissa, or, The history of a young ladyFictionPsychological fictionFrom the Publisher: Written entirely in letters, this novel conveys the nuances and tensions only present in personal epistolary form. The virtuous but self-deceiving Clarissa and the charming villain Lovelace haunt the imagination as fully as Romeo and Juliet or Tristan and Isolde+-+406789596595786ocn642550419file17540.70Richardson, SamuelThe history of Sir Charles Grandison. In a series of letters. By Mr. Samuel Richardson. In seven volumesJuvenile worksFiction69224ocn046641908book20010.37Richardson, SamuelPamela, or, Virtue rewardedFictionEpistolary fictionBased on actual events, Pamela is the story of a young girl who goes to work in a private residence and finds herself pursued by her employer's son, described as a 'gentleman of free principles.' Unfolding through letters, the novel depicts with much feeling Pamela's struggles to decide how to respond to her would-be seducer and to determine her place in society+-+751473746567141ocn002518469book17480.50Richardson, SamuelClarissaJuvenile worksFictionPsychological fictionClarissa is of lower birth than her would-be lover: the Harlowes are indeed country gentry, but only recently enriched in the city, while the devious Lovelace is a young nobleman. This is a margin sufficient to breed suspicion on the one side and arrogance on the other; a story of male determination pitted against feminine principles and told in the form of letters. There is a post-script of approximately one hour to this story which for technical reasons we are unable to include+-+406789596552549ocn083401559file17410.73Richardson, SamuelPamela or, virtue rewarded. In a series of familiar letters from a beautiful young damsel, to her parents. ... In four volumes.Fiction46028ocn083262881file17410.76Giffard, HenryPamela A comedy. As it is perform'd, gratis, at the late theatre in Goodman's-Fields35927ocn083279199file17530.76Richardson, SamuelThe history of Sir Charles Grandison In a series of letters published from the originals, by the editor of Pamela and Clarissa. In seven volumes.34722ocn000076360book19010.73Richardson, SamuelThe novels of Samuel Richardson. Complete and unabridgedBiographyBibliography34323ocn083406642file17410.70Richardson, SamuelLetters written to and for particular friends on the most important occasions. Directing not only the requisite style and forms to be observed in writing familiar letters; but how to think and act justly and prudently, in the common concerns of human life. Containing, one hundred and seventy-three letters34215ocn001432845book19750.79Richardson, SamuelThe apprentice's vade mecum (1734)31866ocn642371450file17400.79Richardson, SamuelPamela or, virtue rewarded. In a series of familiar letters from a beautiful young damsel to her parents. ... In two volumesFiction+-+613383159629824ocn642637689file17490.73Richardson, SamuelClarissa Or, the history of a young lady: comprehending the most important concerns of private life. In seven volumes. By Mr. Samuel Richardson, Author of Pamela, and Sir Charles Grandison.29719ocn001158334book19640.76Richardson, SamuelClarissa: preface, hints of prefaces, and postscriptFictionPsychological fiction29026ocn000813844book19280.76Richardson, SamuelFamiliar letters on important occasions27114ocn065350357com17620.88Defoe, DanielA tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain divided into circuits or journies ... interspersed with useful observations : particularly fitted for the perusal of such as desire to travel over the island251333ocn000170736book19570.39Watt, IanThe rise of the novel; studies in Defoe, Richardson, and FieldingCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+736865570519804ocn050984686file20000.39Price, LeahThe anthology and the rise of the novel from Richardson to George EliotHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"The Anthology and the Rise of the Novel brings together two traditionally antagonistic fields, book history and narrative theory, to challenge established theories of "the rise of the novel." Leah Price shows that far from leveling class or gender distinctions, as has long been claimed, the novel has consistently located them within its own audience. Shedding new light on Richardson and Radcliffe, Scott and George Eliot, this book asks why the epistolary novel disappeared, how the book review emerged, why eighteenth-century abridgers marketed their books to women while Victorian publishers repackaged them for men, and how editors' reproduction of old texts has shaped authors' production of new ones. This book will change the way we think not just about the history of reading, but about the genealogy of the canon wars, the future of intellectual property, and the role that anthologies play in our own classrooms."--Jacket+-+735732670517802ocn000023351book19690.31Carroll, John JSamuel Richardson; a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etcThe enormous popularity of Richardson's Pamela and Clarissa during his lifetime attests to the author's craftmanship and psychological awareness-two qualities which are fully examined in this critical study172923ocn000462287book19020.53Dobson, AustinSamuel RichardsonBiographyBibliography14713ocn048139520com19980.37Roulston, ChristineVirtue, gender, and the authentic self in eighteenth-century fiction Richardson, Rousseau, and LaclosCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+763065863514672ocn000270256book19660.35Fiedler, Leslie ALove and death in the American novelCriticism, interpretation, etc"This work views in depth both American literature and character from the time of the American Revolution to the present. From it, there emerges Fiedler's once scandalous - now increasingly accepted - judgment that our literature is incapable of dealing with adult sexuality and is pathologically obsessed with death."--BOOK JACKET121514ocn001175408book19300.50Krutch, Joseph WoodFive masters : a study in the mutations of the novelCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography11103ocn243586928com19990.53Fulton, Gordon DStyles of meaning and meanings of style in Richardson's ClarissaCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+04936082259974ocn000785642book19730.53Kinkead-Weekes, MarkSamuel Richardson; dramatic novelistCriticism, interpretation, etc9184ocn009096560book19820.59Eagleton, TerryThe rape of Clarissa : writing, sexuality, and class struggle in Samuel RichardsonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCombines Marxist, feminist, and post-structuralist ideas to show how Richardson?s writing anticipated many of the sexual and political concerns of our time9082ocn288097008com20010.56Passion and virtue essays on the novels of Samuel RichardsonCriticism, interpretation, etc"Human passion was Samuel Richardson's great theme. His novels reveal the conflict of human passion in all its aspects - love, lust, and suffering - and the attempt to achieve a virtuous existence. In Passion and Virtue, this conflict is considered and critically analysed in fourteen essays, all originally published in Eighteenth-Century Fiction, the leading journal for the analysis of fiction from this period."--Résumé de l'éditeur+-+085085753587710ocn000268568book19580.53Brissenden, R. FSamuel RichardsonBiography8422ocn322495595com20090.50Taylor, DerekReason and religion in Clarissa Samuel Richardson and 'the famous Mr. Norris, of Bemerton'Criticism, interpretation, etcDeparting from traditional Lockean readings of Clarissa, E. Derek Taylor offers a new interpretation informed by the writings of Locke's first critic, John Norris. Alluded to throughout Richardson's novel, Norris's philosophical and religious ideas provide the rhetorical grounding for Clarissa, while the arguments on behalf of women by early feminists like Mary Astell (an intellectual ally of Norris) supply the combination of progressive feminism and conservative theology that animate the text+-+86801190258402ocn000157223book19710.50Eaves, T. C. DuncanSamuel Richardson : a biographyBiography82511ocn000359511book19360.59McKillop, Alan DugaldSamuel Richardson, printer and novelist8134ocn015630547book19870.50Brophy, Elizabeth BergenSamuel RichardsonCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Samuel Richardson8103ocn000166541book19630.56Golden, MorrisRichardson's characters7619ocn005845401book19280.56Downs, Brian WesterdaleRichardsonCriticism, interpretation, etc7383ocn000243428book19680.56Konigsberg, IraSamuel Richardson & the dramatic novelCriticism, interpretation, etc6793ocn000320107book19720.59Wolff, Cynthia GriffinSamuel Richardson and the eighteenth-century Puritan characterHistory+-+4067895965+-+4067895965Fri Mar 21 16:02:44 EDT 2014batch132495