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The novel which is called as Evelina was written by Frances Burney in the eighteenth century Her novel is one of the first during this period that deals with the social construction of a lady The fact that the subtitle of the book History of A Young Ladys Entrance into the World deals with a lady entering to a new world invites the reader to discover what world is being referred to Burneys novel is a kind of source which tells us about the eighteenth century England It helps us to understand the social values cultural status and moral attitudes of the society Burneys heroine suddenly finds herself in a new world in which she feels herself as a stranger Besides the hardness of this unfamiliarity she also have an identity crisis She has never seen her father or her mother whereas she has never known about the meaning of parental love She is always longing for the love of a mother and a father For instance Mrs Mirvan behaves very kindly to Evelina so she likes her sometimes she finds motherly feelings in Mrs Mirvan towards her My mamma Mirvan for she always calls me her child said she would sit with Maria and me till we were provided with partners and then join the card players Burney 31 She has the heartbreaking story of her parents Her mother was an unlucky woman who had never found out what happiness is In her worst days Reverend MrVillars helped her and took her under his shelter She was ruined because her husband denied they had never been united Therefore she became ill because of grief Before she died she gave birth to her child Evelina Her death put an end to the sorrows and pains of Evelinas mother Thus Evelina was brought up under the care of Reverend Mr Villars She loved him as his real father On the other hand in
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