“O my death mother! I am miserable, truly miserable! But yet, don’t be frightened, I am honest! God, of his goodness, keep me so!” These lines characterize Samuel Richardson’s Pamela in all of the following ways EXCEPT ______________? A. through the personal, direct appeal enabled by his epistolary form. B. by emphasizing the character’s fright. C. by emphasizing sexual morality. D. through the sentimental attempt to make readers strongly identify with the character’s feelings.