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Clarissa - Letters 198-206 dated May 21st through May 23rd Summary & Analysis

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Letters 198-206 dated May 21st through May 23rd Summary

Mr. Lovelace is furious when he reads the transcriptions of Clarissa's letter, and he plots revenge against Miss Howe and Clarissa for the freedoms they take with him and his friends. He blames Miss Howe for Clarissa's reserve and wishes to bring Miss Howe to London in order to break her as well as Clarissa.

Clarissa enjoys the play but decides to avoid Mr. Lovelace the entire next day, Sunday. He is displeased that she goes to church without him. He is pleased when she agrees to sup with him and intents to try her in the dining room. When he sees her angelic appearance, he loses this intent but is caught up in rapture and speaks passionately to Clarissa. This frightens her and she tears her prepared response...

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