Document Type

Article

Publication Date

4-1-2009

Abstract

A literary criticism of the book "Glenarvon," by Lady Caroline Lamb is presented. It presents the symbolic significance of the characters. It outlines the consequences of denying true love and the importance of aristocratic leadership and self-control. It examines the preface of the book in which the author states that the novel is not immoral even with the inclusion of crimes and she asks readers to recognize that her intention of writing the book is to describe human nature.

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Copyright © 2008 The Editorial Institute at Boston University.

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