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Clarissa - Letters 31-36 dated March 13th through March 18th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 31-36 dated March 13th through March 18th Summary

Mr. Lovelace writes his best friend, John Belford, to complain of the treatment he has received from the Harlowes. Mr. Lovelace had heard rumors of Clarissa Harlowe's virtue and appealed to Uncle Antony to introduce him, but Uncle Antony blundered and introduced him to Arabella. He complains of his love for Clarissa and her indifference; he has not been in love since his first love jilted him, and he began taking revenge on all ladies who would permit it. He denies that he is playing a game with Clarissa, though he does admit that winning her would be a triumph over the whole sex and sufficient revenge against the Harlowes. His only objection to Clarissa is her last name, but he plans to "take the hated name of Harlowe...

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