Charlotte Temple

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Categories: Fiction » Classic

Poor, pitiful Charlotte finds herself in the middle of an immoral world where one transgression sends her on the road to permanent ruin. Susanna Rowson encases her main heroine Charlotte Temple within


a world of virtue and vengeance. Charlotte has no ways to escape her destiny. The author has no real interest in Charlotte as a dimensional character. Charlotte simply serves as a symbol of lost virtue and symbols do not have real emotions or feelings. The story of Charlotte Temple was written as a life lesson for all young women, so the book is real, sometimes cruel and even shocking.

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