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Clarissa - Letters 11-21 dated March 1st through March 4th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 11-21 dated March 1st through March 4th Summary

Clarissa would be alarmed at Miss Howes' suggestion of loving Mr. Lovelace if she did not assume it was a joke. She examines her heart and finds no longings or love hidden within. Although she admits that Mr. Lovelace is preferable to Mr. Solmes, she is not in love with him because he is vain and arrogant with no morals. Clarissa is sure that "THIS man is not THE man," but she promises to tell Miss Howe if her feelings change. She is thankful for Miss Howe's censures and asks her to judge indifferently because she wishes to always act properly. Miss Howe hopes that Clarissa is not in love with Mr. Lovelace but will monitor her as much as possible to be sure.

Mrs. Fortescue knows Mr. Lovelace...

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