Evelina - Volume 2, Letters 8-14 (pages 278-313) Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2, Letters 8-14 (pages 278-313)

On June 6, Evelina is sad to leave her friends at Howard Grove, and she is fearful for Captain Mirvan when Mme. Duval learns from Mr. Branghton that M. Du Bois never left London. At Snow Hill, the Branghtons continue to be impertinent and disagreeable as they introduce Evelina to Miss Polly's suitor, a haberdasher named Mr. Brown. Evelina feels an increased distaste for the sisters as she notes the lack of affection between them. Mr. Branghton finally escorts Mme. Duval and Evelina to their lodgings in nearby Holborn. When Mme. Duval appeals to a justice regarding bringing a case against Captain Mirvan for his prank, she is discouraged. Mr. Branghton convinces her that pressing the issue will likely be expensive and yield no results.

On June 8, Evelina and Mme. Duval are invited to dine with...

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