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Pamela, or, Virtue Rewarded Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 2: pages 30-57 Summary

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Section 2: pages 30-57 Summary

Pamela writes to her parents about Mr. B's kindness in giving her nice clothes, though she wishes it would not insult him to change the clothes for money to send to her parents. She does not forget her father's warning though she does not believe that Mr. B would sully his reputation by ruining Pamela. Pamela's parents caution her against possible designs since it is better to lose her life than her virtue. They tell her to heed Mrs. Jervis' counsel but not to be vain about people praising her beauty since only virtue and goodness make true beauty. Pamela's hopes of a position with Lady Davers are finished. Mr. B refuses out of fear that Lady Davers' nephew will ruin Pamela. Pamela does not share her fears with Mrs. Jervis for fear of being thought vain, but she promises to acquaint her...

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