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Clarissa Setting & Symbolism

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Harlowe Place

Harlowe Place is the residence of the Harlowe family.

Widow Sinclair's House

Widow Sinclair's is the brothel in London to which Mr. Lovelace conveyed Clarissa under pretense of it being a respectable house.

The Howes' House

Howe house is the residence of Miss Howe and Mrs. Howe, where Clarissa visits for three weeks in the beginning of the book.

Clarissa's Chambers

Clarissa's chambers is Clarissa's room and closet in Harlowe Place, where she was confined for refusing to marry Mr. Solmes.

Hampstead and Jail

Hampstead is the village Clarissa hid in the first time she escaped Mr. Lovelace.

Jail is where Polly and Sally had Clarissa placed under the pretense of an unpaid bill at Widow Sinclair's house. They thought this means of confining her would please Mr. Lovelace.

Belton's House

Belton's house is a house in the country that John Belton visited during his friend's...

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