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Pamela, or, Virtue Rewarded Characters & Character Analysis

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Characters

Pamela

Pamela is the title character and protagonist. She works as a waiting maid, but her lady dies. Mr. B, her lady's son, hires Pamela to take care of his linens and is very kind to her. Pamela's parents warn her that Mr. B may have designs on her virtue and caution her to be on her guard. Pamela laments when Mr. B offers freedoms to her in the garden at Bedfordshire, but Mrs. Jervis convinces her to stay. After Mr. B attempts Pamela several more times at Bedfordshire and accuses her of having no regard for his reputation, Pamela decides to return to her parents, and Mr. B permits her to leave Pamela's journey is unusually long, and she finds herself at a farmer's abode. A letter from Mr. B claims her obstinacy makes this rash step necessary.

After meeting Mrs. Jewkes at an inn, Pamela proceeds to...

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