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Charlotte Temple
Susanna Haswell Rowson
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Charlotte Temple
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A young woman becomes separated from her family and friends after falling in love and sailing to America.

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English
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The Author’s Preface
Charlotte Temple
Volume I
I: A Boarding School
II: Domestic Concerns
III: Unexpected Misfortunes
IV: Change of Fortune
V: Such Things Are
VI: An Intriguing Teacher
VII: Natural Sense of Propriety Inherent in the Female Bosom
VIII: Domestic Pleasures Planned
IX: We Know Not What a Day May Bring Forth
X: When We Have Excited Curiosity, It Is but an Act of Good Nature to Gratify It
XI: Conflict of Love and Duty
XII: “How Thou Art Fall’n!”
XIII: Cruel Disappointment
XIV: Maternal Sorrow
XV: Embarkation
XVI: Necessary Digression
XVII: A Wedding
Volume II
XVIII: Reflections
XIX: A Mistake Discovered
XX: Virtue—When Most Amiable
XXI: Another’s Woe
XXII: Sorrows of the Heart
XXIII: A Man May Smile, and Smile, and Be a Villain
XXIV: Mystery Developed
XXV: Reception of a Letter
XXVI: What Might Be Expected
XXVII: “Like a Fair Lily”
XXVIII: A Trifling Retrospect
XXIX: We Go Forward Again
XXX: “Friendship a Name”
XXXI: Subject Continued
XXXII: Reasons Why and Wherefore
XXXIII: Which People Void of Feeling Need Not Read
XXXIV: Retribution
XXXV: Conclusion
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