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Identifikators:768706
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Publicēts: 27.05.2013.
Valoda: Angļu
Līmenis: Vidusskolas
Literatūras saraksts: Nav
Atsauces: Nav
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The novel of Moll Flanders includes a lot of characters. Moll’s Mother appears in a story when Moll Flander is introduced to her as a mother-in-law. Moll starts to hate her half-brother and leaves him. The Nurse is a widow who has grown Moll till the teenage years. She taught her needle work and gave a lot of other experiences that Moll had not used in her life. The woman suddenly died and Moll was taken into another family that time-wealthy family. I would like to point that Moll Flander in some way is a lucky person. She was replaced in a wealthy family where she could learn dancing, singing and all manners that gentlewoman has to acquire. She was not a slave at new home. Probably, the most significant character for Moll is her husband Jemy who she truly loves
Moll Flander is a pseudonym. She gets it when she is involved in criminal life. Her birth name is not revealed even at the end of the book.
This novel is very excited and in some ways also truthful. I would like to suggest to read this book to anyone who enjoys different kind of adventures and lifestyles.

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