Author Archives: Maliha Gill

LETTER 45: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

St. Alban’s, Tuesday Morn. past One. O my dearest friend! After what I had resolved upon, as by my former, what shall I write? What can I? With what consciousness, even by Letter, do I approach you! —You will soon … Continue reading

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LETTER 43: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

Wednesday morning, 9 o’ clock. My aunt Hervey lay here last night, and is but just gone from me. She came up to me with my sister. They would not trust my aunt without this ill-natur’d witness. When she enter’d … Continue reading

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LETTER 44: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

  My heart fluttered with the hope and the fear of seeing my mamma, and with the shame and the grief of having given her so much uneasiness. But it needed not: She was not permitted to come. But my … Continue reading

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LETTER 10: MISS HOWE TO MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE

 Febr. 27. What odd heads some people have! —Miss Clarissa Harlowe to be sacrificed in marriage to Mr. Roger Solmes! Astonishing! I must not, you say, give my advice in favour of this man ! —You now half-convince me, my dear, … Continue reading

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LETTER 9: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE TO MISS HOWE

Feb. 26. in the morning. My aunt, who staid here last night, made me a visit this morning, as soon as it was light. She tells me, that I was left alone with my papa yesterday on purpose that he … Continue reading

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