Keeping this in consideration, what is the central theme of Pamela?
Pamela covers a variety of social themes such as the social classes of English society, the importance of chastity, virtue and femininity, religion, a bit of feminism, and of course love and marriage. As a servant girl about to marry a nobleman, Pamela wishes to be accepted into the aristocracy.
Also, how many letters are there in Pamela? Pamela, a novel written by Englishman Samuel Richardson in 1740, has two main characters.
In this regard, what are the characteristics of epistolary novel?
The Epistolary Novel, a Creative Writing Style for Novelists
When a story is composed entirely of letters, diary entries, or these days even emails or blog posts, it is known as an epistolary style.
Epistolary novels can be monologic, which means they focus exclusively on the letters or diary entries of one character.
Is Pamela a picaresque novel?
(e.g. Samuel Richardson, Pamela.) A picaresque novel is an early form of the novel, some call it a precursor of the novel. It presents the adventures of a lighthearted rascal (pícaro=rogue). It is usually episodic in structure, the episodes often arranged as a journey.