By Frances Burney
An early instance of the unconventional of manners, Camilla follows the wedding fortunes of the Tyrold sisters--Camilla, Lavinia and Eugenia--and their cousin Indiana. At a time while manners haven't just a social importance, yet are notion to additionally point out ethical personality, misunderstandings and the ill-informed judgments of others pose critical hindrances to the long run happiness of those younger women.
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