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  • 225 pages
  • Clarissa Harlowe; or the history of a young lady - Volume 1 (of 9)
  • Samuel Richardson
  • English
  • 13 July 2018

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10 thoughts on “Clarissa Harlowe; or the history of a young lady - Volume 1 (of 9)

  1. says:

    Ooookay so Volume 1 of 9 Here is a quick synopsis of nearly 200 pages Clarissa with the back of her hand pressed to her forehead in classically melodramatic style I shant I shant marry Mr Solmes Please just let me be single Various family members Why must you be so obstinate and spoiled You re locked in the house until you learn to obey Mr Lovelace lurks in the shadows and plots how he can conquer Clarissa, although her family despises him since he tried to kill her brother in a Ooookay so Volume 1 of 9 Here is a quick synopsis of nearly 200 pages Clarissa with the back of her hand pressed to her forehead in classically melodramatic style I shant I shant marry Mr Solmes Please just let me be single Various family members Why must you be so obstinate and spoiled You re locked in the house until you learn to obey Mr Lovelace lurks in the shadows and plots how he can conquer Clarissa, although her family despises him since he tried to kill her brother in a duel.Mr Solmes hovers on the edges of the plot and wrings his hands while he waits for the family to ...

  2. says:

    Longer than War Peace, told entirely in letters, practically in real time It s like watching paint dry, onlydark, claustrophobic and creepy This is one of the most amazing books I have ever read, but not for the faint of heart

  3. says:

    My goodness, she does witter on Admittedly she s young but really very silly too I will not be reading the other volumes at least, not at any foreseeable time However, Richardson does an amazing job of getting inside the head of his character.

  4. says:

    Epistolary novels require a certain amount of willing suspension of disbelief, and this one is no exception Clarissa s story is a tragic one that comes across at times like a morality play, and it definitely has some strong opinions about the characters within.

  5. says:

    I m just so happy I finally finished it And I read the abridged version

  6. says:

    English 540A English Fiction, 18th C Novel Main characters are Clarissa, Lovelace, Anna Howe, and Clarissa s family, the Harlowes A novel that is told completely through correspondence A story about a young woman who tries to make decisions for herself but is thwarted by h...

  7. says:

    This novel is over 1,500 pages and luckily, I found out that it is on the Kindle for free and printed into 9 volumes, so this review is about the first volume The novel follows titular character, Clarissa Harlowe, a young good and virtuous woman, who is lusted after by the creepy Robert Lovelace After her brother and Lovelace duel, Clarissa is being made to marry a horrifying man named Mr Solmes because her family believes she is in love with Lovelace She refuses to marry Mr Solmes because This novel is over 1,500 pages and luckily, I found out that it is on the Kindle for free and printed into 9 volumes, so this review is about the first volume The novel follows titular character, Clarissa Harlowe, a young good and virtuous woman, who is lusted after by the creepy Robert Lovelace After her brother and Lovelace duel, Clarissa is being made to marry a horrifying man named Mr Solmes because her family believes she is in love with Lovelace She refuses to marry Mr Solmes because she hates him and her family basically treats her like shit for the rest of the novel.Every single character in this book deserved to get punched in the face, except for Anna Howe, Clarissa s best friend Clarissa s brother, James, is an asshole as is her sister, Arabella, her father, her uncles, and etc Never mind that Clarissa tells them that she doesn t even like Mr Lovelace over and over again, they still treat her like crap They force her to stay in her room so they don t have to look at her, dismis...

  8. says:

    Lot of letters between friends could have said as much in less but there you go So far, Mr Lovelace has been introduced to Clarissa s sister when really he meant to be introduced to Clarissa he therefore turns the sister down and turns his addresses to Clarissa, who is not interested Sister Bella is not happy with this and joins forces with spoilt, selfish brother James who is displeased that Clarissa has been left independent property by their grandfather property that would normally hav Lot of letters between friends could have said as much in less but there you go So far, Mr Lovelace has been introduced to Clarissa s sister when really he meant to be introduced to Clarissa he therefore turns the sister down and turns his addresses to Clarissa, who is not interested Sister Bella is not happy with this and joins forces with spoilt, selfish brother James who is displeased that Clarissa has been left independent property by their grandfather property that would normally have gone to him Between brother and sister they conspire to convince their parents that Clarissa should marry the hideous Mr Solmes when Clarissa refuses she finds herself in isolation with her whole family turned against her and her only means of communication with the outside world being the letters to her friends, sent by means of secret delivery.The first volume...

  9. says:

    Having just forced myself to finish Vol.1 of this novel, I can t imagine reading the remaining volumes despite the fact that so much of the drama seems to lie ahead This first volume seemed like an interminable self examination of sev...

  10. says:

    Not going to tell you this is the most scintillating thing ever written, but it is an interesting look into the development of the novel This one is in epistolary form RIchardson was a big influence on Jane Austen.

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