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Clarissa - Letters 22-30 dated March 5th through March 12th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 22-30 dated March 5th through March 12th Summary

Mr. Lovelace hears that Clarissa is going to marry Mr. Solmes and begs for her permission to meet with her father and uncles to propose equal settlements. If Clarissa will not permit that, he offers her asylum through his family. The Harlowes and Mr. Solmes are going to church, and Clarissa asks to go in the afternoon and is directed to James for permission. James tells Clarissa to pray privately. Clarissa is concerned by Lovelace's intimate knowledge of everything that passes among members of her family. When Mr. Lovelace demands a promise that Clarissa will never marry Mr. Solmes, Clarissa tells him that she does not love Mr. Solmes or Mr. Lovelace and would prefer to remain single. She also insists upon discontinuing their secretive correspondence. Clarissa is furious...

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