Fanny Hill by John Cleland

This novel tells the story of a young girl named Fanny Hill who is orphaned at 15 and moves to London where she gets involved in a life of prostitution. The narrative is a series of letters to an unknown woman, detailing her experiences and adventures in explicit detail. Despite the hardships she endures, including exploitation, imprisonment, and heartbreak, Fanny remains optimistic and maintains a sense of innocence throughout the novel.

The 2451st greatest book of all time


Published
1748
Nationality
British
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
87,822
Original Language
English

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