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Sir Charles Grandison [Christmas Summary Classics]

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Christmas Summary Classics This series contains summary of Classic books such as Emma, Arne, Arabian Nights, Pride and prejudice, Tower of London, Wealth of Nations etc. Each book is specially crafted after reading complete book in less than 30 pages. One who wants to get joy of book reading especially in very less time can go for it. About The Book Sir Charles Grandison “Sir Charles Grandison, and the Honourable Miss Byron, in a Series of Letters,” published in 1753, was the third and last of Samuel Richardson’s novels. Like its predecessors, it is of enormous length (it first appeared in seven volumes) and is written in the form of a series of letters. The idea of the author was to “present to the public, in Sir Charles Grandison, the example of a man acting uniformly well through a variety of trying scenes, because all his actions are regulated by one steady principle—a man of religion and virtue, of liveliness and spirit, accomplished and agreeable, happy in himself and a blessing to others.” Such a portrait of “a man of true honour” provoked the highest enthusiasm in the eighteenth century; but to-day we have little patience for the faultless diction and exemplary conduct of Sir Charles, and, of the two, Miss Byron, the heroine, is by far the more interesting. The “advertisement” to the edition of 1818 proclaimed the book “the most perfect work of its kind that ever appeared in this or any other language,” and we may accept that verdict without admiring “the kind.” For more eBooks visit

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