Moll FlandersThe Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders
is a novel by Daniel Defoe
- ...and let any one judge what must be the anguish of my mind, when I came to reflect that this was certainly no more or less than my own mother, and I had now had two children, and was big with another by my own brother, and lay with him still every night.
- I was now the most unhappy of all women in the world. Oh! had the story never been told me, all had been well; it had been no crime to have lain with my husband, since as to his being my relation I had known nothing of it.
from The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders
, from the works of Daniel Defoe
at Project Gutenberg
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