Charlotte Temple - Chapters 26-30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26-30 Summary

John's sense that Charlotte is untrue deepens as his does relationship with Julia. On the day before his marriage, he makes Belcour the agent for financially supporting Charlotte and the baby. He wishes she could return to her parents, for he hates the idea of her living a "life of infamy" because of him. John lectures Belcour to be kind to her and writes a letter of explanation for Belcour to take to her. He writes that he feels obliged to say how bad he feels for taking her from home but accuses her of betrayal with Belcour. He admits that lust, not love, has prompted him to seduce her, for love never betrays. If Charlotte wants to return to her parents, he will pay her way and will always support her and the baby. Belcour will explain John's plans. In...

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