Evelina - Volume 3, Letters 6-11 (pages 443-475) Summary & Analysis

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Volume 3, Letters 6-11 (pages 443-475)

Rev. Villars fears that Evelina is in peril because her heart is dedicated to Lord Orville. He fears Lord Orville is not sensible of her worth, so he determines that she needs to be sent home immediately.

On September 28, Evelina is disgusted by the wagers placed between Lord Merton and Mr. Coverley, and when their impertinence causes her to wish for a brother to protect her from being exposed to such treatment, Lord Orville requests the honor of filling such a role.

When Lord Orville presents tickets to an assembly on September 30, he surprises the whole party by dancing with Evelina. However, when he dances with a pretty girl, Evelina is stunned to hear the girl referred to as Miss Belmont, the sole daughter and heir of Sir John Belmont.

Learning that Sir John is...

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