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Clarissa - Letters 282-309 dated June 24th through July 6th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 282-309 dated June 24th through July 6th Summary

Mr. Lovelace must go to Lord M's and writes to Clarissa defending Dorcas' loyalty and giving Clarissa permission to go to Hampstead, if she promises to marry him Thursday. He writes again because Clarissa does not respond. Again receiving no respond, he begs for marriage and tells Clarissa that Uncle Harlowe cannot attend but has named Captain Tomlinson as his proxy and has persuaded Mrs. Harlowe to agree to the reconciliation. Mr. Lovelace regrets his many contrivances against Clarissa and is upset that she will not respond. He will marry her Thursday if he can persuade her to have him because otherwise, all of his plots will be discovered. He informs Clarissa and John Belford that John Belford will visit her, but Mr. Belford refuses to agree unless Mr...

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