TITLE

LETTER XXXI: MR. LOVELACE, TO JOHN BELFORD, ESQ. MONDAY, MARCH 13

PUB. DATE
January 1902
SOURCE
Clarissa Harlowe; or the History of a Young Lady -- Volume 1;1/1/1902, p112
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Letter
ABSTRACT
A letter is presented from Robert Lovelace to John Belford. It gives an account of Lovelace's behaviour and intentions in his appearance at the church of Harlowe's family. It explores his feeling towards Clarissa Harlowe and revenge against her family. It examines his high notions of Clarissa's beauty and merit.
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34336583

 

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