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United States architect (1838-1886)

British stage and screen actor noted for playing classic roles (1902-1983)

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3) Bonnie Latimer, Making Gender, Culture, and the Self in the Fiction of Samuel Richardson (Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2013); Helen Thompson, "Secondary Qualities and Masculine Form in Clarissa and Sir Charles Grandison" Eighteenth-Century Fiction 24.
She very briefly lists major works of the fictional epistolary novel, from Samuel Richardson to Jane Gardam and Antonio Tabucchi, without, however, indicating their differences, which results in a hurried review containing imprecisions.
Like Clarissa's author Samuel Richardson, Cordelia Strube is a moralist.
Even a brief glimpse at the table of contents is rather awe-inspiring, as it surveys a range of authors, including Samuel Richardson, Aphra Behn, Daniel Defoe, Herman Melville, Horace Walpole, Pauline Hopkins, Catherine Maria Sedgwick, George Eliot, Nella Larsen, and Virginia Woolf.
In part two, "Founding Fictions of Liberty," Doyle brings together paradigmatic transatlantic literary texts by Aphra Behn, Eliza Haywood, Samuel Richardson, Daniel Defoe, Susanna Rowson, William Hill Brown, Harriet Wilson, Olaudah Equiano, and Herman Melville.
PAMELA Or, Virtue Rewarded Samuel Richardson (1740):
The book mainly revolves around the person and the writings of Samuel Richardson, on whom excellent pages are written in Chapters 5 (centred on Clarissa) and 6 (centred on Sir Charles Grandison): but, before coming to what appears to be her main author, as a beginning Emma J.
THIS ESSAY BRINGS TOGETHER John Locke, Samuel Richardson and Jane Austen, in relation to the fashioning of the gentleman in the long eighteenth century.
Chaplin's textual explorations begin in chapter two with Samuel Richardson, an author whose representations of women vacillated between radicalism and conservatism.
Approaches to Teaching The Novels of Samuel Richardson
There are a few misprints (116, 150, 275), and Samuel Richardson is once misidentified as Herbert Richardson (57).
Sir Charles Grandison' is a 52 page play adapted by Austen from the book 'The History of Sir Charles Grandison' by Samuel Richardson, her favourite author.
Among the more famous books and authors banned by the Index were the novels Les Miserables by Victor Hugo and Pamela by Samuel Richardson, often cited as the first English novel.
A number of his other works have been lent to the exhibition including his most famous, the series of four paintings illustrating the novel Pamela by his friend Samuel Richardson, from the Tate.
27) In the ensuing years, both of these results would be explored in the works of novelists such as Samuel Richardson, who perceived the enactment of legislation such as The Statute of Mortmain 1736 as an important indicator that the careful balance established between ecclesiastical and secular institutions was in a state of flux, and to thus perceive the law as a tool that could be used to reform and redefine the structure of society instead of merely preserving it.