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Clarissa - Letters 447-459 dated August 29th through August 31st Summary & Analysis

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Letters 447-459 dated August 29th through August 31st Summary

Mr. Lovelace is angry about Clarissa's allegory and justifies his artifices by her letter. He agrees not to molest Clarissa but plans to visit friends, who live closer to town so that he can reach her more easily if she decides to see him.

Colonel Morden consoles Clarissa on her misfortunes, advises her to marry Mr. Lovelace and offers his services, begging to see her and replace her father, brother and uncles until the reconciliation is effected. Clarissa is happy to hear from her cousin but rejects Mr. Lovelace on principle, while insisting that he not be prosecuted or killed when her story is fully known. Clarissa's spirits are dejected by Colonel Morden inquiring about her when the rest of her family does not bother. A very ornamental coffin...

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