Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded

The Novel

Two didactic tools to present Richardson's novel efficiently:

- a map containing different literary elements to investigate,

- a list of useful expressions to make your text more interesting.

Some students of mine developed the map to report on Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded. 

Some useful expressions to present a novel

The title suggests/ indicates

The title already gives a clue as to the subject: ...

The title already indicates the subject: ...

One of the interesting/unusual things about . . . was . . .

It is necessary here to clarify exactly what is meant by ....

In the following paragraph, I'm going to ...

As one can read in ....

The novel deals with/is about/concerns/presents/treats of/describes ...

This novel can be classified as ...

furthermore,

in addition (to this),

besides (this)

Even though/although

According to ...

For further information LnT suggests:

LnT https://www.britannica.com/topic/Pamela-novel-by-Richardson 

LnT https://www.bl.uk/restoration-18th-century-literature/articles/an-introduction-to-pamela-or-virtue-rewarded

LnT Read the first page of the novel. It is easy, there is a wordlist.

LnT proposes the division into sections and a summary of the first page.