Evelina - Volume 2, Letters 15-19 (pages 313-350) Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2, Letters 15-19 (pages 313-350)

On June 17, Evelina irritably reports that Mr. Smith pressed the trip to Vauxhall in which she was included since she cannot "escape anything which these people desire I should not" (page 314). When Mr. Smith attempts to attach himself to her, she walks with her cousins, though they are annoying. The ladies are accosted by a large, riotous party of men who will not allow them to pass. As Evelina struggles, Sir Clement appears and insists she be turned over to him, but he leads her to another dark alley to be alone to profess his passion. He objects when she calls him insolent. While Sir Clement and Mr. Smith battle for Evelina's attentions, Miss Branghton and Miss Polly rejoin the group, blaming their cousin for the party not searching for them. Though Mme. Duval refuses...

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