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Clarissa - Letters 508-520 dated September 16th through September 26th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 508-520 dated September 16th through September 26th Summary

Mr. Belford tells Lord M that he fears ill consequence to Mr. Lovelace from Clarissa's death and urges him to encourage Mr. Lovelace to go abroad. He also informs Lord M of Clarissa's bequest for remembrance rings. Miss Montague responds that their family is hastening Mr. Lovelace's journey. They are all greatly grieved for Clarissa.

Colonel Morden reads Clarissa's will to the Harlowe family. Mrs. Norton and Mrs. Harlowe are absent but Mrs. Harlowe insists beforehand that every article be followed exactly. Everyone praises Clarissa and curses Mr. Lovelace. Everyone regrets their severity to Clarissa, and Colonel Morden reflects that Clarissa's forgiveness and love are more wounding than condemnation and revenge would have been. James and Arabella complain about several articles, such as Mrs. Norton receiving six hundred pounds...

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