Evelina - Volume 3, Letters 16-19 (pages 497-532) Summary & Analysis

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Volume 3, Letters 16-19 (pages 497-532)

Evelina carries the offensive letter to show Lord Orville, but Sir Clement perceives it and exclaims against her valuing such a letter, demanding that she admit her love for Lord Orville as he rips it into pieces. Since she refuses to answer whether Lord Orville will marry her, he storms out, causing her to suspect him of being the author. Later, Mr. Macartney visits Evelina to inform her that Sir John Belmont, who is now in Bristol, has acknowledged him finally, though he is forbidden from seeing Miss Belmont; so he has no sister. Evelina assures him that he does have a sister, confiding her parentage. Learning of Sir John's proximity, Mrs. Selwyn calls on him, returning to tell Evelina that Sir John believes he has raised Lady Belmont's child in a convent. He even...

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