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Pamela, or, Virtue Rewarded Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 5: pages 110-134 Summary

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Section 5: pages 110-134 Summary

On Monday, Mrs. Jewkes makes Pamela give John her letters in front of her. Pamela sees John drop a paper and retrieves it without Mrs. Jewkes' notice. John's letter reveals his guilt in giving Pamela's letters to Mr. B and claims that Mrs. Jewkes is a devil. John hopes to be able to serve Pamela in the future. Pamela laments John's part in plotting her ruin. Mr. B sends a portmanteau of his mother's clothes, and Pamela may wear whatever though Mrs. Jewkes holds the key. Pamela wonders at Mr. B's inducement to such evil. On Tuesday and Wednesday, Mr. William visits, and Pamela and he are able to decide on a location to secretly exchange letters. Mrs. Jewkes assures Pamela that Mr. B has no intention of visiting. Pamela distracts Mrs. Jewkes by losing her hussy and hides a letter to Mr...

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