Pamela, or, Virtue Rewarded Topics for Discussion

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Compare and contrast Mrs. Jervis and Mrs. Jewkes.

What are the benefits and drawbacks to Samuel Richardson using an epistolary style of writing for this novel?

Who tries to help Pamela and how? How does Mr. B react and how does he later rectify these situations?

Describe three instances in which Pamela exhibits extreme virtue.

How does Mr. B's intentions toward Pamela change, and what causes this?

How does Pamela's feelings toward Mr. B change, and what causes this?

How do Pamela's parents feel about Pamela's situation, both before and after Mr. B's intentions change?

Why does Pamela feel unworthy of Mr. B, and what are some of the reactions to their marriage?

How is everyone reconciled at the end of the novel?

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