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Clarissa - Letters 439-446 dated August 28th through August 31st Summary & Analysis

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Letters 439-446 dated August 28th through August 31st Summary

Mr. Lovelace is angry at Mr. Belford for not informing him of the means of Clarissa's reconciliation with her family and claims he will be embarrassed if Clarissa lied. Mr. Belford presides over Mr. Belton's last offices and returns to find Clarissa expecting to live a week or less. Clarissa asks if Mr. Lovelace will bother her again and explains her letter is an allegory that states she is going to her father's house, meaning her heavenly father, not Mr. Harlowe. She will receive Mr. Lovelace if he reforms and meets her in heaven. She hopes that Mr. Lovelace is not upset about the allegory and will not molest her. She begs Mr. Belford to prevent any mischief that may arise from Mr. Lovelace and Colonel Morden's interview. Clarissa...

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