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by Samuel Johnson

Romantic tale of a young prince who escapes from his seclusion in "Happy Valley."

Characters: Rasselas

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Restless Wrestling: Johnson's Rasselas
http://www.english.uga.edu/nhilton/lexis_complexes/chap3.html
"Samuel Johnson's Rasselas can be seen in part as the personal (a word rooted in Latin per-sona, "a mask") meditation one might expect given its presenting occasion, the death of the author's mother and his ostensible need for money to cover funeral experiences, and its composition in a week-long, scarcely revised outpouring. "
Contains: Content Analysis, Historical Context
Author: Hilton, Nelson
From: Lexis Complexes University of Georgia Press, 1995.
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