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Clarissa - Letters 521-537 dated September 28th through December 18th Summary & Analysis

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Letters 521-537 dated September 28th through December 18th Summary

Mr. Belford chides Miss Howe for not marrying Mr. Hickman according to Clarissa's will and informs her of Widow Sinclair and M'Donald's deaths. The deaths cause Miss Howe to hope that Mr. Lovelace suffers the same fate. She addresses the charge against her concerning Mr. Hickman by listing her faults and claiming that she believes she should live single. She admits that Mrs. Howe and Clarissa did not approve of her favorite beau and she agreed to Mr. Hickman, since she does not value another man more. She needs Clarissa's help to adjust to being a wife and feels Mr. Hickman will be punished for his choice once they are married. She plans to marry Mr. Hickman once her sorrow and grief mellow, but she fears she will never...

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