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by Daniel Defoe

A young woman survives poverty, prison, and prostitution, using her wits and her feminine wiles to find wealth and happiness.

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Credibility and Realism in Daniel Defoe's Moll Flanders and Aphra Behn's Oroonoko
http://www.lit-arts.net/Behn/rochwals.htm
This essay discusses the narrators' claims to the truth of events in Moll Flanders and Oroonoko in light of the unlikely and perhaps unbelievable events of the novel. The essay's author asserts that the assertion of truth in such improbably courses of events is connected to the fact that both are very early novels, written when there was little established tradition to dictate the novels' form or credibility.
Contains: Content Analysis, Historical Context
Author: Anne-Kathrin Rochwalsky
From: Literary Arts Allied Collective
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