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Maria, or the Wrongs of Woman
Introduction 2. Patronage 3. Literary circles 4.
Dealings with editors and printers 5. Travel and the Pursuit of Future Perfectibility C. From Jemima, Maria received a parcel of books whose previous reader was also a confined gentleman. Jemima allowed her to write an apply. Maria forgot about the noisy and unpleasant environment she was in by immersing in writing. Darnford and Maria met for the first time. Darnford told his story. Darnford indulged himself in his youth. Later he entered military life. He was wounded in America and travelled in the country.
He said that the women in America were like the opposite of women in Europe. He then built his own house in the country and described the desolate landscape there.
He soon grew tired of the land and returned to London. One very late night, he was walking back to hotel and he was knocked down in a private street and sent to the house.
Danford showed his affection for Maria but Maria was afraid to return with same amount of passion. Nevertheless, Danford succeeded in kissing her and hugging her in silence while Maria was contemplating at the presence of Jemima. Jemima was touched and dropped her tears. Her mother, a servant, was seduced, married and soon hated and neglected by her father.
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She died after refusing to eat any food. She was sent to a cheap nurse and received very little care. Her father married another woman, who was pregnant and convinced her father to take her home. She was raped by the master of a house when she was apprenticed. She had a child and the mistress expelled her. She lived in a house with other wretches and became a prostitute. For five years, she was able to discuss the subjects the man was researching on. Yet his sudden death and the new rigid heir proclaimed her exile again. Maria and Darnford commented on her story and argued that hard labour prevent the poor from improvement and happiness.
Jemima continued her story. She found a girl dead in the horse tub and she was the cause of her death. She advised the tradesman to expel the girl so that she could be the mistress in the house and be free from labour. The tradesman fled. Her shin was hurt and she entered hospital. Darnford agreed and pointed out that the rich should give more wealth and, more impotently, attention to the poor.
Penny-less, Jemima followed a keeper at madhouse and worked for him for four years till now. Maria knew that Jemima, who suffered a lot from the loss of mother since childhood, would agree on her proposal. Maria was disappointed. She sent her memoir to Darnford. He married and kept absolute authority in his home. His wife loved the eldest son more than her other children.
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His brother acted as an education instructor to Maria, but soon left to India as accompany to a nobleman. When his brother returned with fortune, he found his friend and his mistress got married. Maria as a child became his consolation. He taught Maria think and act independently, ignoring the censure and compliment from others. The tragedy of Peggy, a widow, was inserted here.
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