Everything you need to understand or teach Evelina by Fanny Burney.
Letter I-Letter IX
Fanny Burney's story Evelina; or, The History of a Young Lady's Entrance into the World opens with a letter from Lady Howard to the Reverend Arthur Villars in which she complains about the rudeness of Madame Duvall. Lady Howard then continues the letter inviting Evelina to stay at Howard Grove for a brief period of time. The reverend agrees to send Evelina to Lady Howard so she can enjoy the company of Maria Mirvan, Lady Howard's granddaughter and a childhood friend of Evelina's. Shortly after Evelina arrives, Lady Howard sends another note to the reverend asking his permission to allow Evelina to accompany Maria and her mother to London to await the arrival of Captain Mirvan, Maria's father, who is returning from sea duty. The reverend agrees and Mrs. Mirvan, Maria, and Evelina set off for London.
Letter X-Letter XXIII
During their stay in London, Mrs. Mirvan decides to take the two... View more of the Evelina; or, The History of a Young Lady's Entrance into the World Summary