Belinda - Belinda. Volume 2, Chapters 20 and 21: Reconciliation and Helena Summary & Analysis

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Belinda. Volume 2, Chapters 20 and 21: Reconciliation and Helena Summary

Lady Delacour and Belinda are reunited, and Belinda forgives her friend for her jealousy. Lady Delacour then decides to trust Lord Delacour with her secret. He is shocked to learn of her illness and resolves to do whatever he can to help her. When he shows jealousy over Clarence Hervey's letters, Lady Delacour is persuaded by Belinda to trust him to read them, as proof that nothing illicit is going on between them. Lord Delacour is delighted by her trust, and decides not to go drinking.

Lady Delacour determines to make Belinda happy, to repay her for her kindness. She believes the best way to do this is to encourage a match with Clarence Hervey. She writes to Mr. Hervey, persuading him that he should think of marriage and informing him...

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