Belinda - Belinda. Volume 3, Chapters 28 and 29: E O and A Jew Summary & Analysis

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Belinda. Volume 3, Chapters 28 and 29: E O and A Jew Summary

Clarence Hervey is asked by Lord Delacour to spy on Mr. Vincent to see what he does when he visits Mrs. Luttridge. They are worried that he gambles at the E.O. tables (an old game similar to roulette). If he does, then he will not be a suitable husband for Belinda, and Mr. Hervey is instructed to try to make him see the error of his ways. Mr. Hervey heads to Mrs. Luttridge's, where he notices that the E.O. tables are rigged so that Mrs. Luttridge always wins.

Mr. Vincent had gambling problems in the past, but was cured of the habit by Mr. Percival. However, the temptation at Mrs. Luttridge's was too much, and he began to gamble again. Mr. Hervey now catches him...

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