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Clarissa - Letters 247-257 dated June 11th through June 13th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 247-257 dated June 11th through June 13th Summary

Mr. Lovelace and Clarissa take a walk in the garden and discuss everything. Mr. Lovelace begs for forgiveness, but Clarissa insists that she must hear from Miss Howe before agreeing to forgive him. She admits her prior love for him, but he is unworthy of it and she would prefer to live unmarried on the estate her grandfather left her. Clarissa asks Mr. Lovelace to excuse her to Lady Betty and Charlotte because she does not feel it is proper for her to meet them. Clarissa is discomposed and refuses to eat with everyone but goes to church with the ladies, refusing Mr. Lovelace's company.

Mr. Lovelace debates with himself about revenge versus love. He argues with the god of Love about Clarissa, and even the god of Love...

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