|Fanny Hill (1748) [Novel]|
by John Cleland
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(From the publisher):
Published in 1748-9, this novel is a mocking parody of the warning moralism as seen in Defoe's novels. Rather than ending in misery, Fanny Hill rises from poverty to a middle-class existence as wife and mother via several stages of prostitution.
Original title: Fanny Hill
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Literary Fiction/classics