Belinda - Belinda. Volume 1, Chapters 9 and 10: Advice and The Mysterious Boudoir Summary & Analysis

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Belinda. Volume 1, Chapters 9 and 10: Advice and The Mysterious Boudoir Summary

Mr. Hervey calls on Doctor X and begs him to visit Lady Delacour's house to tell him what he thinks of Belinda. He does so, and is not impressed with Lady Delacour but thinks very highly of Belinda. As he visits more often, he grows to like Belinda more and Mr. Hervey is pleased. Doctor X suggests that Clarence should spend less time in frivolity and put more effort into something useful in the world, such as medicine or politics. Mr. Hervey is moved by this and agrees to reform his ways. When his old friends visit to find out why he hasn't been to see them in awhile, he is cold towards them and refuses to give up Doctor X's friendship. Philip Baddely and Rochfort are...

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