Pamela, or, Virtue Rewarded Setting & Symbolism

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Bedfordshire Estate

Pamela works at the Bedfordshire Estate for Mr. B's mother when the lady dies. Mr. B first attempts Pamela at the Bedfordshire estate before allowing her to leave, only to kidnap her. After their wedding, Pamela and Mr. B return to Bedfordshire.

Lincolnshire Estate

Mr. B imprisons Pamela at his Lincolnshire Estate in order to further his goal of compromising her virtue. Mrs. Jewkes helps Mr. B by watching Pamela and preventing Pamela's escape. Eventually, Mr. B visits Pamela at the Lincolnshire Estate and, impressed with her extreme virtue, marries her.

Pond

Pamela considers drowning herself in a pond on the Lincolnshire Estate in order to preserve her virtue before Mr. B visits.

Rocks

Pamela and Mr. Williams use rocks along the gate at the Lincolnshire Estate as a mailbox by which to carry on their secret correspondence which they begin to plan to Pamela's escape...

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