Evelina - Volume 2, Letters 24-30 (pages 379-400) Summary & Analysis

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Volume 2, Letters 24-30 (pages 379-400)

On July 4, Evelina informs Rev. Villars that Mrs. Clinton may retrieve her as she has no further opposition to leaving the city. Mme. Duval sent her and M. Du Bois to invite the Branghtons to spend the evening at Holborn. Irritated by the gallantry of Mr. Smith and the impertinence of her cousin, Evelina turns her attention to M. Du Bois who misinterprets her action. Back at Holborn, she learns that both Sir Clement and Lord Orville called and left cards, but when she storms off, M. Du Bois follows and throws himself at her feet as Mme. Duval enters. Mme. Duval is furious because she hoped to be the object of his affections, and she claims she will have nothing more to do with Evelina unless she agrees to marry her cousin immediately. She...

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