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Clarissa - Letters 107-119 dated April 13th through April 15th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 107-119 dated April 13th through April 15th Summary

Mr. Lovelace is not happy with the short amount of time Clarissa spends with him and the lack of intimacy between them. Clarissa is irritated that he endangers her reputation by not leaving her alone despite his implications that she is not safe from the Harlowes' threats yet. He suggests that they spend a few months visiting after their immediate wedding, and Clarissa blushes and is unable to respond. Although Clarissa offends Mr. Lovelace through her reprimands and her dignity, he finds the pursuit of a truly virtuous lady much more fun than his prior accomplishments. Although Mr. Lovelace declares Clarissa is the only wife he will ever have, he does not really want to marry at all, especially a Harlowe. Mr. Lovelace does not believe Clarissa's motive for...

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