Wieland; and Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist - Chapters XII & XIII Summary & Analysis

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Chapters XII & XIII Summary

In Chapter XII, Clara goes into town to confront Pleyel. On the way she takes ill and goes to Mrs. Baynton's house to rest before the exertions of meeting Pleyel. Upon entering Pleyel's presence, Clara collapses, and fears this could be taken as a sign of her guilt. Pleyel implores Clara to admit her guilt in the matter and repent her actions. This spurs Clara to speak in outrage against Pleyel and his unfair accusations. Clara vehemently pleads her innocence, but her pleas fall upon deaf ears. Pleyel is sure of what has happened and is not swayed by her words. Clara collapses again and awakes in a bed at Pleyel's house. Pleyel is beside himself with worry and asks her forgiveness for his words.

Upon her recovery in Chapter XIII, Clara seeks out Pleyel again and again states...

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