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Pamela, or, Virtue Rewarded - Section 4: pages 85-110 Summary & Analysis

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Section 4: pages 85-110 Summary

Mr. B returns to insist upon finding a husband for Pamela because he claims she is too pretty to escape men's designs. He catches her in his arms and kisses her, but Pamela escapes to her room and writes Mr. B that she will leave early the next morning. Mr. B sends Mrs. Jervis with permission for Pamela to leave and her wages though he forbids anyone to accompany her. As Lincolnshire Robin drives Pamela away, she writes several verses on her going away. A short narrative passage reveals that Jonathan, the messenger who delivers Pamela's letters to her parents, is employed by Mr. B who reads the letters before they are delivered. The worst of Pamela's trials are yet to come. Mr. B writes to Mr. Andrews blaming Pamela for the liberties she has taken with his character and her romantic inventions...

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