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LETTER 174: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO MISS HOWE

Sunday Night, May 7.  When you reflect upon my unhappy situation, which is attended with so many indelicate and even shocking circumstances, some of which my pride will not let me think of with patience; all aggravated by the contents of … Continue reading

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Letter 157: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE: TO ANNA HOWE

Thursday Morning, Eight o’Clock. I am more and more displeased with Mr. Lovelace, on reflection, for his boldness in hoping to make me, tho’ but passively, as I may say, testify to his great untruth. And I shall like him … Continue reading

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LETTER 54: MISS CLARISSA HARLOWE, TO MISS HOWE

Miss Clarissa Harlowe, To Miss Howe. Friday Night, March 24. I have a most provoking letter from my sister. —I might have supposed, she would resent the contempt she brought upon herself in my chamber. Her conduct, surely, can only … Continue reading

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