Belinda - Belinda. Volume 2, Chapters 18 and 19: A Declaration and A Wedding Summary & Analysis

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Belinda. Volume 2, Chapters 18 and 19: A Declaration and A Wedding Summary

Belinda is taken by surprise when Mr. Vincent declares his feelings for her, but is spared from having to answer him straight away when one of the Percival children comes in. Belinda still has feelings for Mr. Hervey and thinks that she cannot love Mr. Vincent, but Lady Anne persuades her to try. She suggests just taking time to get to know Mr. Vincent and makes him promise that he will not push Belinda for an answer.

The Percivals, Belinda and Mr. Vincent take a trip to Brimham Craggs to see some rocking stones. There they find Mrs. Freke standing high up on one of the stones, tormenting a young woman. Mr. Percival explains that this is Miss Moreton, who was led into disgraceful behavior by Mrs...

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