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Clarissa - Letters 56-64 dated March 25th through March 29th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 56-64 dated March 25th through March 29th Summary

Miss Howe has no advice if Clarissa will not resume her estate. She is afraid that Clarissa will be forced to marry Mr. Solmes, who has reaffirmed his opinion that wives should be ruled through fear. Clarissa will have to convince Mr. Solmes that her avowed aversion was only a maiden coyness. Miss Howe argues with her mother about Clarissa's incredible sensibility and intelligence, citing examples. Mrs. Howe's only disagreement is Clarissa's current disobedience, and she advises Clarissa to obey her parents and marry Mr. Solmes.

Clarissa demands that Mr. Lovelace leave her alone for peace's sake. Clarissa refused Mr. Solmes' request for an interview in order to acquaint her with some discoveries he has made about Mr. Lovelace. When Aunt Hervey writes Clarissa to say that she will...

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