Paul and Virginia

Paul and Virginia, a celebrated novel by Saint-Pierre, written on the eve of the French Revolution, in which “there rises melodiously, as it were, the wail of a moribund world: everywhere wholesome Nature in unequal conflict with diseased, perfidious art; cannot escape from it in the lowest hut, in the remotest island of the sea”; it records the fate of a child of nature corrupted by the false, artificial sentimentality that prevailed at the time among the upper classes of France.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Paul I. * Paul Samosata
Patroclus
Patteson, John Coleridge
Patti, Adelina
Pattison, Mark
Pattison's Process
Pau
Pauillac
Paul
Paul, St.
Paul I.
Paul and Virginia
Paul Samosata
Paulding
Pauli, Reinhold
Paulicians
Pauline
Paulinus
Paulus, Heinrich
Pausanias
Pausanias
Pavia