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Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded (English Edition) par [Richardson, Samuel]
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Longueur : 491 pages Composition améliorée: Activé Page Flip: Activé
Langue : Anglais

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Enjoyable and historic classic literature 25 juillet 2013
Par H. Temple - Publié sur
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Pamela was a bestseller in the 18th century and is still considered a classic today. Pamela is written in the Epistolary style (story presented in a series of letters), and this style of writing was very popular in the 18th century. Epistolary style is still used by modern authors. The virtuousness of Pamela was a common and important theme was considered exciting and innocent when it was written. This novel offers modern readers a window into the past and that makes it invaluable to historians, readers and writers.

I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in or curious about classic literature. You may find you prefer classic literature to the vulgar blood and guts novels which are being spewed out by modern authors. Readers are treated to profanity free book in which the language is innocent and virtue really is a treasure to the characters.

It is a shame that the other reviewers slammed this classic read, but if you look at the other books reviewed by those reviewers, you can see the other books they have read and rate highly are in an entirely different genre. They are comparing apples to oranges. Don't let the naysayers fool you. This is a great book and discerning readers appreciate its style and substance.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Influential, but not great from a modern standpoint 8 septembre 2016
Par PerhapsInsufficientlyDiscriminating - Publié sur
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(Spoilers for a novel hundreds of years old are contained below.)

Though a blockbuster in its day, this one does not age well. The biggest example of values dissonance between then and now is that the characters in the book have no problem with Pamela marrying her attempted rapist, only with the class difference between them (which the writer later retconned to a much lesser one than it initially was). She refers to him throughout the book as "my master" and spends a LOT of time on her knees in front of him (in a very SFW, very regency demonstration of "appropriate female meekness"). She responds to every threat by crying and fainting. This is what carries the day in the end, because the attempted rapist breaks off his attempt whenever she passes out (I must not have been the only one to think this unlikely, because things go very differently in *Clarissa*, a later novel by the same author). Eventually he is reformed by her sheer pious morality. Characters also switch to "thee" and "thou" in emotional moments, not uncommon in novels of this period though it was already uncommon in human speech at that point.

I still recommend this be read by fans of Jane Austen and of literature in general, because one, it was very influential, and two, it is easy to see what Austen was reacting against with her much more realistic style of narrative, dialogue, and human behavior. And of course if you want to see an early, egregious example of the Purity Sue trope, look no further than Pamela herself.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Very dated 26 mars 2017
Par sagitaur - Publié sur
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An 18th century novel only of interest for its place in the history of the novel. The ideas on women and marriage and virginity are so outdated as to be laughable. Not all agreed with Richardson's ideas at the time of writing, Better to read Henry Fielding's two novels Shamela and Joseph Andrews which both satirise Pamela and ridicule Richardson's moral preaching.,
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good read 29 avril 2017
Par V. Ulibas - Publié sur
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I liked this book, it was hilarious. I have no idea that a book about sexual harassment and attempted rape could be this well written but it was, in my opinion at least. I can see how Justine by Marquis de Sade could have been influenced by this book. I don't want to give anything away, but the ending was too predictable.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Two Stars 23 avril 2017
Par ozzie reader - Publié sur
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A tedious read even by the standards of the period. Overly melodramatic.
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