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Clarissa - Letters 351-369 dated July 20th through July 27th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 351-369 dated July 20th through July 27th Summary

Miss Howe writes Arabella to inform her that Clarissa is very sick and tormented by Mr. Harlowe's curse. Arabella replies that Clarissa should allow Mr. Lovelace to be her comfort in her illness, although the Harlowes do not believe his offers to marry Clarissa. She condemns Miss Howe's resentment of the Harlowes' treatment to Clarissa. Miss Howe insults Arabella calling her ill-natured and says the liberties in criticizing were reciprocal, but she did not mean them officiously. Miss Howe further states that she will not say all she could against the Harlowes but if her fears are realized, Arabella will hear all of Miss Howe's mind. Arabella wishes Miss Howe happiness in a prudent mother but declares that Mrs. Harlowe had too good an opinion of Clarissa to think...

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