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CLARISSA: NO PLACE LEFT TO HIDE

It is the prose of suspicion; an uncovering ¬†of layers of disconcerting awareness between its lines.¬†Samuel Richardson’s ( 1689-1761 ) ambitious narrative of tragic seduction is traced through the hundreds of letters written between Clarissa Harlowe, her confidante Anna Howe, … Continue reading

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