Pamela, or, Virtue Rewarded - Section 14: pages 372-388 Summary & Analysis

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Section 14: pages 372-388 Summary

On Wednesday morning, Pamela visits Lady Davers who questions her as to whether she loved Mr. B during her trials, but Pamela says she had not the presumption. Lady Davers asks about Mr. B's attempts on Pamela and asks to see Pamela's journal. Pamela agrees if Mr. B approves which he does. Lady Davers plans to leave the next day. Wednesday night, Pamela enjoys goodness and civility from all as she and Mr. B take their leave of the Lincolnshire gentry. Pamela and Miss Darnford agree to carry on a correspondence. Pamela writes again on Saturday. On Thursday morning, Lady Davers leaves Lincolnshire, as do Mr. B and Pamela who arrived yesterday morning at Bedfordshire. Mrs. Jervis greets and congratulates them. As she walks through the house, Pamela is struck with divine mercy. All of the servants rejoice to see Pamela. Mr. B...

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