Evelina - Volume 3, Letters 20-23 (pages 532-554) Summary & Analysis

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Volume 3, Letters 20-23 (pages 532-554)

Sir Clement writes to Evelina, confessing that he forged the previous letter from Lord Orville as an attempt to separate them because he was convinced that Lord Orville did not love her. Though struck by his pride, Evelina assures him that she bears no resentment.

On a trip to Bath on October 12, Evelina encounters Captain and Miss Mirvan, surprising them with news that she is now to be known as Miss Belmont. When they return to Clifton Hill, Mrs. Beaumont kindly insists that Maria stay with them. Evelina receives congratulatory letters from Lady Howard and Mrs. Mirvan. Mme. Duval writes of her joy at Evelina's nuptials as well. Evelina enjoys a pleasant evening of conversation with Maria and Lord Orville, and her happiness increases when she receives a letter of consent from Rev. Villars which...

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