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Anti-Pamela

Anti-Pamela

or, Feign"d innocence detected, 1742.

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Published by Garland Pub. in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprint of the 2d ed., 1742, printed for F. Cogan, London.

SeriesRichardsoniana ;, 6, The Life & times of seven major British writers
ContributionsRichardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR3667 .R5 vol. 6, PR3291.A1 .R5 vol. 6
The Physical Object
Pagination281 p. ;
Number of Pages281
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5214808M
ISBN 100824013085
LC Control Number75045026

Eliza Haywood’s Anti-Pamela and Henry Fielding’s Shamela both take Richardson’s original Pamela to new grounds with an altering perspective on what later became accepted as a conduct book. Following the plot closely, Fielding’s work satirically (and may I enforce hilariously) traces the adventures of Shamela in a mock form of Pamela.   “As the first modern edition of Eliza Haywood’s Anti-Pamela, this book makes available, at long last, a daring work of fiction and its protagonist Syrena Tricksy, a servant girl whose feigned innocence (taught by a wily mother) brings her almost as much treasure as ng Anti-Pamela with Fielding’s well-known Pamela parody, Shamela, makes the book /5(3).

Buy Anti-Pamela by Eliza Haywood from Amazon's Fiction Books Store. Everyday low prices on a huge range of new releases and classic fiction. Anti-Pamela: : Eliza Haywood: Books. The Anti-Pamela, by Eliza Haywood, is a parallel story about another servant girl, Syrena, whose alleged purity is only a sham intended to either entice an aristocrat to marry her or to otherwise provide for her as a mistress or as the result of blackmail/5(2).

The latter’s enthusiastic reception of the book is intended to satirize the Church’s naïve acceptance of Pamela as a morality tale. Richardson was well aware of the value of promotional publicity, and there were even rumours that the Reverend Benjamin Slocombe, who recommended Pamela from his pulpit, had been bribed £10 to do so. Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Broadview Literary Texts: Anti-Pamela and Shamela (Paperback) at 4/5(1).


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“As the first modern edition of Eliza Haywood’s Anti-Pamela, this book makes available, at long last, a daring work of fiction and its protagonist Syrena Tricksy, a servant girl whose feigned innocence (taught by a wily mother) brings her almost as much treasure as trouble/5(3).

Though less bawdy and and less well-known than Fielding's Shamela, Haywood's Anti-Pamela is funny and interesting as another criticism of Anti-Pamela book shallow and faulty morality. This particular copy of the text is decent, but suffers from some obvious and avoidable spelling errors; this, however, does not seriously impede reading the text.4/5(2).

Haywood's "Anti-Pamela" seems like the more important document, since she actually crafts a dystopian narrative in order to chip away at Richardson's fantasy of virtue and domestic servitude.

Syrena Tricksy isn't quite as compelling as Cornelia from "The London Jilt," but I did enjoy the axis of The Broadview edition has a nice set of supporting documents (including sections from /5. The Anti-Pamela is one of several novels (such as Shamela by Henry Fielding) written in response to Anti-Pamela book novel Pamela, satirising the innocence of his character Pamela Andrews.

Plot [ edit ] Editions [ edit ] The Anti-Pamela was out of print until the publication of a Broadview Press : Eliza Haywood. Anti-Pamela: or, Feign'd Innocence detected; in a series of Syrena's adventures, etc. [A skit on Samuel Richardson's “Pamela.” By Eliza Haywood?].

ANTI-PAMELA by ELIZA HAYWOOD SUMMARY Syrena Tricksy is raised in London, GBR by her liaison mother to attract a wealthy husband. She is. Anti-Pamela by Eliza Haywood seems like a completely different story than Pamela by Samuel Richardson. I would never make a connection between these two novels if it were not for the title of Haywood’s novel.

If I were to read Ant-Pamela without reading Pamela,  I would not be confused about the context. Buy Anti-Pamela; Or, Feign'd Innocence Detected (Dodo Press) by Eliza Fowler Haywood (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low. Another important satire was The Anti-Pamela; or Feign’d Innocence Detected () by Eliza Haywood. Although not technically a satire, the Marquis de Sade 's Justine is generally perceived as a critical response to Pamela, due in part to its subtitle, "The Misfortunes of Virtue".Author: Samuel Richardson.

Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. eBook - FREE. Get this book in print. AbeBooks; On Demand Books; Amazon; Find in a library; All sellers» The true Anti-Pamela, or memoirs of. Anti-Pamela; Or, Feign'd Innocence Detected (Dodo Press)Eliza Haywood () (born Elizabeth Fowler) was an English writer, actress and publisher.

Since the s, Eliza Haywoodas literary works have been gaining in recognition and interest. She wrote and published over seventy works during her lifetime i4/5(1). Anti-Pamela; Or, Feign'd Innocence Detected book.

Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Eliza Haywood () (born Elizabet /5. “As the first modern edition of Eliza Haywood’s Anti-Pamela, this book makes available, at long last, a daring work of fiction and its protagonist Syrena Tricksy, a servant girl whose feigned innocence (taught by a wily mother).

Anti-Pamela: or, Feign'd Innocence Detected Eliza Haywood (c. - 25 February ), born Elizabeth Fowler, was an English writer, actress and publisher. An increase in interest and recognition of Haywood's literary works began in the : Eliza Haywood. In Anti-Pamela, the reader is set up from the very beginning to dis-trust Syrena, thus causing the reader to cast doubt upon the veracity of her letters.

Her ability to “act” is described in the fourth paragraph of the book, and she. To the Editors: Notwithstanding the extravagant claims Ellen Moers makes for the influence of Samuel Richardson [NYR, February 10], her review of the new biography by Eaves and Kimpel of the printer-novelist is full of questionable judgments of taste.

To say that “Richardson made the English novel the vehicle for sexual reform” is to mistake [ ]. Blog. 24 April How to make a sales pitch on video; 22 April Strengthening a school community with Prezi Video; 22 April Engage your students during remote learning with video read-alouds.

Anti-Pamela, or, Feign'd Innocence Detected. London: Printed for J. Huggonson, As the first modern edition of Eliza Haywood’s Anti-Pamela, this book makes available, at long last, a daring work of fiction and its protagonist Syrena Tricksy, a servant girl whose feigned innocence (taught by a wily mother) brings her almost as much treasure as : Broadview Press.

"Published together for the first time, Eliza Haywood's Anti-Pamela and Henry Fielding's An Apology for the Life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews are the two most important responses to Samuel Richardson's novel Pamela.

Anti-Pamela comments on Richardson's representations of work, virtue, and gender, while also questioning the generic expectations of the novel that Pamela Cited by:. Anti-Pamela, or, Feign'd innocence detected ; in a series of Syrena's adventures: a narrative which has really its foundation in truth and nature; and at the same time that it entertains, by a vast variety of surprizing incidents, arms against a partial credulity, by shewing the mischiefs that frequently arise from a too sudden admiration.Anti-Pamela comments on Richardson’s representations of work, virtue, and gender, while also questioning the generic expectations of the novel that Pamela establishes, and it provides a vivid portrayal of the material realities of life for a woman in eighteenth-century London.Anti-Pamelacomments on Richardson's representations of work, virtue, and gender, while also questioning the generic expectations of the novel that Pamelaestablishes, and it provides a vivid portrayal of the material realities of life for a woman in eighteenth-century London.