Set in the turbulent society of 18th-century England, this picaresque novel follows the antics of the self-interested Moll Flanders, as she struggles against sexual and criminal temptation. The book offers an insight into the conflicts and confusions of the time.
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"With this new edition of Moll Flanders, instructors are at last well-equipped to teach Defoe’s challenging and enigmatic novel." -- Melissa Mowry, St. John’s University, New YorkAbout the Author:
Paul Scanlon, Professor and Head of the Department of English at Sultan Qaboos University in Oman, has written widely on Renaissance and eighteenth-century literature.
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