Belinda - Belinda. Volume 2, Chapters 13, 14 and 15: Sortes Virgilianae, The Exhibition and Jealousy Summary & Analysis

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Belinda. Volume 2, Chapters 13, 14 and 15: Sortes Virgilianae, The Exhibition and Jealousy Summary

Clarence Hervey brings over Helena's gift of a bowl of goldfish for Marriott and Lady Delacour. Belinda and Mr. Hervey then introduce Helena to her mother, who is charmed by her daughter's kindness and affection. She resolves that she will submit to an operation, and that if she survives she will become a good mother to Helena.

At the gathering that evening, Lady Delacour decides to pick out a snippet of wisdom by randomly opening a book and reading from that page. The book falls open at a passage that Belinda had been reading and marked for herself, which discusses how a wife may handle a husband who worries that he is being controlled by his wife. Lady Delacour thinks that Belinda and Mr. Hervey...

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