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Clarissa - Letters 120-137 dated April 15th through April 21st Summary & Analysis

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Letters 120-137 dated April 15th through April 21st Summary

Mrs. Greme writes to Mrs. Sorlings expressing her hope that Clarissa marry Mr. Lovelace soon because of his extreme love and reverence for the lady. With the assistance of this letter, Clarissa is very pleased with Mr. Lovelace for his disapproval of Windsor due to the lack of privacy. She worries that Mr. Lovelace's family will think her "unworthy of their alliance" because of her rash decision in running away with him. The next day, Mr. Lovelace and Clarissa have their biggest disagreement yet, because Mr. Lovelace is outraged when he discovers that Clarissa is willing to renounce him as a condition for reconciliation with her family. He insults the Harlowes and laments the pains he has endured for her sake, which, as she reminds him, he endured because...

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