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Clarissa - Letters 218-224 dated May 30th through June 7th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 218-224 dated May 30th through June 7th Summary

Mr. Lovelace decides not to show Clarissa Lord M's next letter and to only relay what is necessary to her, saying he ran into Pritchard, the attorney handling the settlements, in town. Clarissa and Mr. Lovelace take an airing and discuss their future together. Clarissa pities everyone who is not as happy as she is now. The settlements arrive and Mr. Lovelace and Clarissa peruse and approve them. Clarissa rebukes the freedoms that Mr. Lovelace takes with her, telling him that marriage should be a pure state. Mr. Lovelace approves of refraining from public loves. He is also pleased that Clarissa forgives his liberties much easier than before. While they are discussing these plans, Mr. Lovelace kisses Clarissa's lips, causing her to avert her face though she does not...

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