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Clarissa - Letters 342-350 dated July 20th through July 22nd Summary & Analysis

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Letters 342-350 dated July 20th through July 22nd Summary

Miss Howe is very upset that Clarissa is ill, but she begs for a response to her letter about marrying Mr. Lovelace, since his family is so wonderful. She plans for a friend to speak to Mr. Lovelace personally about his inclinations to marrying Clarissa. Miss Howe would like to see Clarissa before she leaves to visit her aunt on the Isle of Wight, but Mrs. Howe has forbidden her to see Clarissa until Clarissa is Mrs. Lovelace. Clarissa assures Miss Howe that she is getting better but absolutely will not marry Mr. Lovelace. Clarissa encourages her friend to seek her own happiness and not worry about Clarissa.

Mr. Belton's health declines rapidly, and his mistress and children will not allow him to enter his own house even though...

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