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Clarissa - Letters 310-320 dated July 5th through July 13th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 310-320 dated July 5th through July 13th Summary

Miss Howe's misery concerning her fears for Clarissa causes Mrs. Howe to confess that she has forbid Clarissa to write and to agree to allow Miss Howe to write under condition that Mrs. Howe reads the letters before they are sent. Mrs. Howe apologizes to Clarissa for her prior severity, but Miss Howe doubts it was severe enough. Miss Howe writes that she is angry at Clarissa for not responding to her previous three letters and for returning to Mr. Lovelace, severely recounting some of her prior communications against him. Clarissa responds that her severe style was more like Arabella than her dear Miss Howe and encloses the letter she received from Miss Howe, Mr. Lovelace's forgery in reality. She laments that she never saw Miss Howe's messenger and...

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