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Clarissa - Letters 65-74 dated March 30th through April 2nd Summary & Analysis

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Letters 65-74 dated March 30th through April 2nd Summary

Mrs. Howe's cousin, Larkin, calls Mrs. Howe, her executrix, to her deathbed, and Mrs. Howe forces Miss Howe, escorted by Mr. Hickman, to accompany her. Miss Howe angers her mother by her rudeness to Mr. Hickman. Clarissa condemns Miss Howe's insolent actions toward Mr. Hickman when she hears this, and points out Miss Howe's luck in being urged to accept a man to whom there are no real objections. Mr. Hickman, unknown to Miss Howe, suggests withdrawing his suit to Mrs. Howe. He feels that Miss Howe's aversion to him is similar to Clarissa's aversion to Mr. Solmes and does not desire to put Miss Howe in a similar situation. Mrs. Howe encourages him to proceed if he loves Miss Howe, assuring him that Miss Howe would refuse to...

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