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Charlotte Temple. A tale of truth. by Mrs. Susanna (Haswell) Rowson

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Published by Printed by P. Potter in Poughkeepsie [N.Y.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • New York (N.Y.),
  • New York (State),
  • New York

Subjects:

  • British -- New York (State) -- New York -- Fiction.,
  • Illegitimate children -- Fiction.,
  • Runaway teenagers -- Fiction.,
  • Teenage pregnancy -- Fiction.,
  • Teenage girls -- Fiction.,
  • Elopement -- Fiction.,
  • Seduction -- Fiction.,
  • Betrayal -- Fiction.,
  • Soldiers -- Fiction.,
  • New York (N.Y.) -- Fiction.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Vail 42.

StatementBy Mrs. Rowson ...
GenreFiction.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS2736.R3 C5 1819
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. in 1.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6357608M
LC Control Number37021881
OCLC/WorldCa12317709

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  69 Charlotte Temple: Volume I. Volume I. Susanna Rowson. PREFACE. FOR the perusal of the young and thoughtless of the fair sex, this Tale of Truth is designed; and I could wish my fair readers to consider it as not merely the effusion of Fancy, but as a : Susanna Rowson. Charlotte Temple Summary Montraville and Belcour, two officers in the British army, are about to be assigned to America. They take a walk in the town of Chichester and see the beautiful Charlotte Temple, a fifteen-year-old boarding school student, leaving church. Author: Susanna Rowson. Charlotte Temple The fifteen-year-old protagonist of the novel. Charlotte Temple is of noble blood (her paternal grandfather is an earl) but her father gave up his fortune to marry her mother, a working-class woman. They live in a cottage in the countryside, but Charlotte Author: Susanna Rowson. More Books by Susanna Rowson See All. Charlotte Temple. Charlotte Temple and Lucy Temple. Charlotte Temple. Charlotte Temple. Charlotte Temple. Charlotte Temple. More ways to shop: Find an Apple Store or other retailer near you. Or call 1 .

Charlotte Temple: A Tale of Truth is a novel by Susanna Rowson. The novel begins with an unexpected meeting between British Lieutenant Montraville and Charlotte Temple, a tall, beautiful girl of fifteen. Charlotte Temple, the most popular novel in America until Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, went through over editions. It tells of a beautiful English girl who at the age of 15 is 3/5(2). Charlotte Temple, a cautionary tale for young women, follows the unfortunate adventures of the eponymous heroine as she is seduced by a dashing soldier, Montraville. Influenced by both her lover and an unruly teacher at her boarding school, she is persuaded to run away to America, where she is eventually abandoned by Montraville after he. Charlotte Temple just another story about the evil of men and the innocence of women, especially young women. Late 18th century soap opera bubble gum for the brain. Only good read as required reading for graduate work in American Literature/5(35).