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Clarissa - Letters 230-239 dated June 8th through June 9th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 230-239 dated June 8th through June 9th Summary

Clarissa informs Miss Howe of her escape from Mr. Lovelace due to his attempt to ravish her. She blames the ladies of the house for disregarding her screams. She requests Miss Howe's help in obtaining Mrs. Townsend's assistance in hiding Clarissa until the heat of Mr. Lovelace's search is over. Then, Clarissa plans to relocate overseas to avoid Mr. Lovelace, since she has no friends except Miss Howe. She is willing to give up her estate under the condition that her father provides an annuity for Mrs. Norton and fifty pounds each year for "her poor."

Clarissa descends from the coach in Hampstead where the other two passengers end their journey. She stops in a tea shop and says she is meeting a chariot to take her to Hendon...

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