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Preached up for its morality, and denounced as pornography in disguise, it vividly describes a young servant's long resistance to the attempts of her predatory master to seduce her. Written in the voice of its low-born heroine, but by a printer who fifteen years earlier had narrowly escaped imprisonment for the seditious output of his press, Pamela is not only a work of pioneering psychological complexity, but also a compelling and provocative study of power and its abuse. Based on the original text of , from which Richardson later retreated in a series of defensive revisions, this edition makes available the version of Pamela that aroused such widespread controversy on its first appearance.
Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.
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Pamela Samuel Richardson. New Quantity Available: SeriousGrace Jul 8, A classic novel that didn't live up to expectations. DanielSTJ Mar 10, The more I read of the 18th century, the more I am astonished how long it took people to figure out how to tell a story. About a quarter of the way through writing 'Pamela' Richardson seems to have realized that the epistolary format is awkward and prevents the author from putting in any sense of suspense or drama into a story. So he half gives it up, getting rid of the letters that chopped up the, I use this word lightly, action and leaves behind a narrative that still lacks all suspense and must keep justifying its existence.
Nor does it help that Pamela, modest as she is, can't help but sing the praises of her virtue and prudence at every opportunity. Whether its against cross housemaids who fail to say their prayers every night, crass housekeepers who tell vulgar stories, or noble ladies who turn up their noses at their social inferiors, Pamela is more devout, modestly reticent and utterly without affectation than anybody. It may be unfair of me to judge Pamela so harshly, however, in the face of the abuse that she takes throughout the book.
It's mostly verbal, but this one time she gets smacked on the shoulder and falls down in tears. To spare others the trouble, here's a near-comprehensive list of what Pamela is called by her master, her master's sister and his second-best housekeeper and sometimes she gets so down she calls herself a few things: it's half the book, so I don't want to spoil it Little fool Hussy Foolish hussy Foolish slut Artful young baggage [one possessed of] vanity and conceit, and pride too Silly girl Subtle, artful gypsy Little equivocator Equivocator, again!
Boldface Sauce-box Insolent Pretty fool Pert creature Hypocrite Little witch Idle slut Little villain Statue Saucy slut Rebel Naughty girl Pretty preacher Ungrateful baggage Child An impertinent "Thou strange medley of inconsistence" Amiable gewgaw The speaking picture The romantic ideot Unworthy object Specious hypocrite Perverse Pamela, ungrateful runaway Vile forward one Fallen angel Mistress of arts Wicked girl Saucy-face [one possessed of a] little, plotting, guileful heart Sorceress Intriguing little slut [that is, plotting, not interesting] And don't think each of those was used just once.
And don't think each of those was used just once. And she still says by the end: "Dear sir, said I, pray give me more of your sweet injunctions. You oblige and improve me at the same time. Thanks Samuel Richardson! This book could be adapted faithfully and be a harrowing thriller. Richardson intended this book as a guide to young women of proper behavior in distressing situations.
I insist that nobody else read this ever again. Predominate thought has been, "Ew, gross. All is forgiven when it really shouldn't be, and by way too many people.
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All because of holy matrimony. Her father would have prefered her dead otherwise. Interesting read nonetheless, but yeah My professor favors "Pamela" as the first novel.
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Members Reviews Popularity Average rating Mentions 1, 34 5, 2. Doody in Penguin Classics. Fifteen-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 and threats of abduction and rape, determined to protect her virginity and abide by her moral standards. Psychologically acute in its explorations of sex, freedom and power, Richardson's first novel caused a sensation when it was published, with its depiction of a servant heroine who dares to assert herself.
Richly comic and full of lively scenes and descriptions, Pamela contains a diverse cast of characters ranging from the vulgar and malevolent Mrs Jewkes to the aggressive but awkward country squire who serves this unusual love story as both its villain and hero. In her introduction, Margaret Ann Doody discusses the epistolary genre of novels and examines the role of women and class differences.
This edition, based on the text and incorporating corrections made in , makes Richardson's final version of the two-volume generally available for the first time.
Samuel Richardson was born in Derbyshire, the son of a joiner. He received little formal education, but in was apprenticed to a London printer, going on to become a leading figure of the trade in the capital. Pamela originated as a volume of model letters for unskilled letter-writers, but as Richardson became more fascinated by the characters in his letters than the letters themselves, the germ of a novel began to emerge.
Upon its publication in Pamela; or, Virtue Rewarded became a national sensation.