Clarissa Harlowe

Clarissa Harlowe, the heroine of one of Richardson's novels, exhibiting a female character which, as described by him, is pronounced to be “one of the brightest triumphs in the whole range of imaginative literature,” is described by Stopford Brooke “as the pure and ideal star of womanhood.”

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

Clarétie, Jules * Clark, Sir Andrew
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Clare, John
Clare, St.
Clarence, Duke of
Clarendon, Edward Hyde
Clarendon, George Villiers, Earl of
Clarétie, Jules
Clarissa Harlowe
Clark, Sir Andrew
Clark, Sir James
Clark, Thomas
Clarke, Adam
Clarke, Charles Cowden
Clarke, Dr. Samuel
Clarke, Edward Daniel
Clarke, Henri
Clarke, Mary Cowden
Clarke, William George


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Prevot D' Exiles, Antony Francis
Richardson, Samuel