Brilliant masterpiece of 18th-century realism, written in the form of an autobiographical memoir, recounts the dreadful facts of Moll's adventurous life — her years in prison, as a prostitute and thief, as a "transported felon" in the American colonies and her final years, lived honestly in comfort and wealth.
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Published January 1, 1949
by Rinehart Editions.
Literature & Fiction, Erotica, Political & Social Sciences, Travel.