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Clarissa - Letters 155-166 dated April 26th through May 5th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 155-166 dated April 26th through May 5th Summary

When Miss Howe tells Clarissa that she will not marry until Clarissa is happy, Clarissa begs her not to wait and to marry Mr. Hickman immediately because he is a worthy man. Clarissa is very unhappy with her London lodgings. She does not like Widow Sinclair, and she thinks Dorcas has a sly eye. Mr. Lovelace's forwardness is appalling, especially since he rented all the other apartments in the house, supposedly to prevent an enemy from doing so and told the ladies of the house that Clarissa is his wife, who refuses to consummate their marriage until she reconciles with her family. Mr. Lovelace annoyingly continues to hint at marriage without pursuing the topic, in which case, Clarissa would agree. She agrees to allow Mr. Lovelace to stay one...

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