Caleb Williams; edited with an introduction by David McCracken.

Tells the riveting account of a young man whose curiosity leads him to pry into a murder from the past. Caleb is a self-taught man of humble origins who through his own abilities has risen to a respectable post as secretary to Falkland, a local Squire. Intrigued by Falklands peculiar behaviour, and...

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Main Author: Godwin, William, 1756-1836.
Other Authors: McCracken, David (Editor)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: London, New York, Oxford U.P., 1970.
Series:Oxford English novels.
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Summary:Tells the riveting account of a young man whose curiosity leads him to pry into a murder from the past. Caleb is a self-taught man of humble origins who through his own abilities has risen to a respectable post as secretary to Falkland, a local Squire. Intrigued by Falklands peculiar behaviour, and out of concern for him, Caleb begins a quiet investigation into his employers past.
Item Description:First ed., London, 1794 has title: Things as they are; or, The adventures of Caleb Williams.
Physical Description:xxxi, 351 pages facsimile 21 cm.
Also issued online.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages xxvii-xxviii).
ISBN:0192553313
9780192553317