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Camilla

Fanny Burney (1752-1840)

1. 001 - Book I, Chapter 1
2. 002 - Book I, Chapter 2
3. 003 - Book I, Chapter 3
4. 004 - Book I, Chapter 4
5. 005 - Book I, Chapters 5, 6 and 7
6. 006 - Book II, Chapter 1
7. 007 - Book II, Chapter 2
8. 008 - Book II, Chapter 3
9. 009 - Book II, Chapter 4
10. 010 - Book II, Chapter 5
11. 011 - Book II, Chapters 6 and 7
12. 012 - Book II, Chapters 8 and 9
13. 013 - Book II, Chapter 10
14. 014 - Book II, Chapter 11
15. 015 - Book II, Chapter 12
16. 016 - Book II, Chapters 13 and 14
17. 017 - Book II, Chapter 15
18. 018 - Book III, Chapter 1
19. 019 - Book III, Chapter 2
20. 020 - Book III, Chapter 3
21. 021 - Book III, Chapter 4
22. 022 - Book III, Chapter 5
23. 023 - Book III, Chapter 6
24. 024 - Book III, Chapter 7
25. 025 - Book III, Chapter 8
26. 026 - Book III, Chapter 9
27. 027 - Book III, Chapter 10
28. 028 - Book III, Chapter 11
29. 029 - Book III, Chapter 12
30. 030 - Book III, Chapter 13
31. 031 - Book IV, Chapter 1
32. 032 - Book IV, Chapter 2
33. 033 - Book IV, Chapter 3
34. 034 - Book IV, Chapter 4
35. 035 - Book IV, Chapter 5
36. 036 - Book IV, Chapter 6
37. 037 - Book IV, Chapters 7 and 8
38. 038 - Book IV, Chapter 9
39. 039 - Book V, Chapters 1 and 2
40. 040 - Book V, Chapter 3
41. 041 - Book V, Chapter 4
42. 042 - Book V, Chapter 5
43. 043 - Book V, Chapter 6
44. 044 - Book V, Chapter 7
45. 045 - Book V, Chapter 8
46. 046 - Book VI, Chapter 1
47. 047 - Book VI, Chapter 2
48. 048 - Book VI, Chapter 3
49. 049 - Book VI, Chapter 4
50. 050 - Book VI, Chapter 5
51. 051 - Book VI, Chapter 6
52. 052 - Book VI, Chapter 7
53. 053 - Book VI, Chapter 8
54. 054 - Book VI, Chapter 9
55. 055 - Book VI, Chapter 10
56. 056 - Book VI, Chapter 11
57. 057 - Book VI, Chapter 12
58. 058 - Book VI, Chapter 13
59. 059 - Book VI, Chapter 14
60. 060 - Book VI, Chapter 15
61. 061 - Book VI, Chapter 16
62. 062 - Book VII, Chapters 1 and 2
63. 063 - Book VII, Chapters 3 and 4
64. 064 - Book VII, Chapter 5
65. 065 - Book VII, Chapter 6
66. 066 - Book VII, Chapter 7
67. 067 - Book VII, Chapter 8
68. 068 - Book VII, Chapter 9
69. 069 - Book VII, Chapter 10
70. 070 - Book VII, Chapter 11
71. 071 - Book VII, Chapter 12
72. 072 - Book VII, Chapter 13
73. 073 - Book VIII, Chapter 1
74. 074 - Book VIII, Chapter 2
75. 075 - Book VIII, Chapter 3
76. 076 - Book VIII, Chapter 4
77. 077 - Book VIII, Chapter 5
78. 078 - Book VIII, Chapter 6
79. 079 - Book VIII, Chapter 7
80. 080 - Book VIII, Chapter 8
81. 081 - Book VIII, Chapter 9
82. 082 - Book VIII, Chapter 10
83. 083 - Book VIII, Chapter 11
84. 084 - Book VIII, Chapter 12
85. 085 - Book IX, Chapter 1
86. 086 - Book IX, Chapter 2
87. 087 - Book IX, Chapter 3
88. 088 - Book IX, Chapter 4
89. 089 - Book IX, Chapter 5
90. 090 - Book IX, Chapter 6
91. 091 - Book IX, Chapter 7
92. 092 - Book IX, Chapter 8
93. 093 - Book IX, Chapter 9
94. 094 - Book IX, Chapter 10
95. 095 - Book IX, Chapter 11
96. 096 - Book X, Chapter 1
97. 097 - Book X, Chapter 2
98. 098 - Book X, Chapter 3
99. 099 - Book X, Chapter 4
100. 100 - Book X, Chapter 5
101. 101 - Book X, Chapter 6
102. 102 - Book X, Chapter 7
103. 103 - Book X, Chapter 8
104. 104 - Book X, Chapter 9
105. 105 - Book X, Chapter 10
106. 106 - Book X, Chapter 11
107. 107 - Book X, Chapter 12
108. 108 - Book X, Chapter 13
109. 109 - Book X, Chapter 14

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Summary

Camilla is Frances Burney's third novel. It became very popular upon its publication in 1796. Jane Austen referred to it, among other novels, in her novel Northanger Abbey:"'And what are you reading, Miss — ?' 'Oh! It is only a novel!' replies the young lady, while she lays down her book with affected indifference, or momentary shame. 'It is only Cecilia, or Camilla, or Belinda'; or, in short, only some work in which the greatest powers of the mind are displayed, in which the most thorough knowledge of human nature, the happiest delineation of its varieties, the liveliest effusions of wit and humour, are conveyed to the world in the best–chosen language."This is the story of Camilla, her beloved but selfish brother Lionel, her sisters Eugenia and Lavinia, and their extremely beautiful but thoughtless cousin Indiana on the months proceeding their marriages. Camilla is deeply in love with Edgar and he loves her back. However, on the advice of a friend, decides to make sure that she is free of fault. She has the luck to find herself in lot of uncomplimentary and comic situations which doesn't make Edgar's wish easy. Meanwhile, Camilla, on the advice of her father, is trying to make sure that Edgar really loves her before marrying him. Will they marry at the end? And will her sisters and cousin be happy? If you want to know the answers to these questions, and many more, please read the book.

Reviews

D.J.

- Review

I can not say whether this book is well written. there were SO MANY DIFFERENT READERS..MOST WHOM WERE QUITE GOOD.BUT I TELL YOU THE TRUTH THAT LINDA b WHO HAS A WONDERFUL VOICE WHEN READING NORMALLY..."BUTCHERED" THE READING WITH ALL THOSE RIDICILOUS VOICES...I MEAN THE BOOK CLEARLY IS ABOUT ENGLISH GENTRY AND SHE HAS A SO CALLED MALE VOICE FROM GEORGIA OR SOME WHERE!!!! I THINK IT IS AWFUL WHEN WOMEN TRY MEN'S VOICES AND MEN WOMEN..JUST READ THE BOOK FOR GOODNESS SAKE. IT IS SO FRUSTRATING TO HAVE A GOOD BOOK AND IT IS MURDERED..IT MAKES IT TEDIOUS TO LISTEN TO.