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Clarissa - Letters 98-106 dated April 12th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 98-106 dated April 12th Summary

Mr. Lovelace and Clarissa obtain lodgings in an inn under the pretense of being brother and sister, necessary because of Clarissa's discomposure at their arrival to the inn. Clarissa censures herself continually for her rash decision and is unsure what step to take next. Mr. Lovelace pressures her to accept protection from his family, but Clarissa prefers to find private lodgings and send Mr. Lovelace far away from her. Clarissa upbraids Mr. Lovelace for his behavior and his cunning, refusing his suggestion to go to London. Mr. Lovelace defends himself and blames Clarissa for being too suspicious. Although Clarissa has no money, she refuses Mr. Lovelace's offer to provide enough money for her sustenance. Clarissa is furious that she has changed one confinement for another. The landlady, Mrs. Greme accompanies Clarissa on her carriage ride...

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