Belinda - Belinda. Volume 1, Chapters 11 and 12: Difficulties and The Macaw Summary & Analysis

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Belinda. Volume 1, Chapters 11 and 12: Difficulties and The Macaw Summary

Lady Delacour is now on the mend and begins to be visited by all of London's high society, whom Belinda must entertain when the Lady retires to her room. Belinda manages to ignore their flattery and not let their attention go to her head. However, while Clarence Hervey is visiting one day, he accidentally drops a lock of hair onto the floor. Belinda wonders if Mr. Hervey is keeping a mistress somewhere. After this, Mr. Hervey begins to act more coolly towards Belinda, and she is confused as to whether he loves her or not.

Doctor X informs Belinda that there may be some hope for Lady Delacour if she submits to an operation performed by a proper doctor, and Belinda resolves to make sure that she does. Lord...

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