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Clarissa - Letters 333-341 dated July 16th through July 19th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 333-341 dated July 16th through July 19th Summary

Mr. Belford is furious at Mr. Lovelace because Clarissa's arrest is indirectly Lovelace's fault. Clarissa refuses to see anyone on Sunday, so Mr. Belford agrees to see her on Monday. He visits Widow Sinclair's house to obtain the story of what happened exactly.

Will finds Clarissa and arranges her arrest under the charge of refusing to pay room and board at Widow Sinclair's house. Clarissa begs to be taken anywhere but Widow Sinclair's house and is taken to the officer's house, which serves as a jail. Sally arrives at the jail to charge and insult Clarissa. Clarissa refuses to write anyone to pay her bail and be released. She refuses the officer's offered bed and sleeps in the prisoner's quarters. She is upset that there is no lock on...

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