Les Liaisons Dangereuses - Study Guide Letters 101 - 124 Summary & Analysis

Pierre Choderlos de Laclos
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Valmont petitions his valet, Azolan, in letter 101, to follow Tourvel wherever she goes, and to gain Tourvel's maid's assistance, as well. Tourvel, in letter 102, explains her disappearance from the chateau to Rosemonde, and admits she is in love with Valmont. She feels tremendous guilt and wishes for death to stop the pain she feels in hurting him. In letter 103, Rosemonde replies that she was aware of the feelings Tourvel had and is not surprised, but urges her to remain steadfast and firm in her faith. Merteuil responds to Volanges in letter 104. She expresses her opinion that Volanges keep the marriage to Gercourt, and continue to provide her daughter with strength and wisdom. She notes that Cecile either does not love Danceny or does not know him fully, hence her strong love for him.

Merteuil then writes to Cecile in letter 105, and is rude and vicious...

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