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tal b #317297
on 4/23/2013 11:46 AM
Most of the novel's male characters are driven by the imperative to marry women who can increase the size of their fortunes. For Montraville and Mr. Temple, this is enforced by their fathers, who threaten to disown them if they don't marry...
Brooke F #801463
on 6/13/2018 2:03 AM
Charlotte Temple is a novel of seduction, and its didactic message is certainly complicated by Rowson's romantic depiction of Montraville. Even after he has abandoned Charlotte, he remains tormented and even Byronic, maintaining his allure for...
Brooke F #801463
on 6/13/2018 2:02 AM