Excerpt from "An Apology For the Life Of Mrs. Shamela Andrews"

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Title

Excerpt from "An Apology For the Life Of Mrs. Shamela Andrews"

Subject

The association between "violence" and passion

Description

In Shamela, as in other novels of the 18th century, the word "violence" is found adjacent to "passion"

Creator

Keyber, Conny

Source

An Apology For the Life Of Mrs. Shamela Andrews

Publisher

Printed for A. Dodd

Date

1741

Contributor

m4cb3th

Relation

Pamela, by Samuel Richardson

Format

Text

Language

English

Type

Novel

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Text

"I cannot stay long from you, which I think is a sufficient Proof of the Violence of my Passion. Yes, Sir, says I, I see your Honour intends to ruin me, that nothing but the Destruction of my Vartue will content you."

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Citation

Keyber, Conny, “Excerpt from "An Apology For the Life Of Mrs. Shamela Andrews",” Enlightenmens, accessed January 30, 2023, http://enlightenmens.lmc.gatech.edu/items/show/367.

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