Talk:Samuel Richardson

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Maybe remove plot of Pamela because it has its own page? And move Clarissa plot to a new Clarissa page?

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Pamela only[edit]

Now flagged as dubious:

His name joined the Index Librorum Prohibitorum established by the Pope listing books Catholics were not allowed to read.


"With other writers, only certain books were banned: Samuel Richardson (Pamela), Emanuel Swedenborg (The Principia), or Immanuel Kant (Critique of Pure Reason), for example."

[prompt edit] You can say his "name" is on the list, but I think that's splitting hairs in a highly misleading manner.

MaxEnt 20:05, 7 June 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]