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Overview Jonathan Lindsay was surprised when he was confronted by the ever-passionate Miss Janey Hilton. Her love for lost causes drew him to her, along with her astonishing beautfy and forceful ways. But the scoundrel in him made a big mistake by wagering that he could seduce the naive miss! Baffled by his sudden emotion, he knew he had to call off the wager. But would it be too much, too late, when Janey discovered his horrendous deception?
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However, although she claims to forgive those who have harmed her, Clarissa does not wholeheartedly act as such. Understandable as these choices are, it is difficult to see how they fit into an image of perfect forgiveness; they do, however, allow the poetically just resolution of the novel. Lovelace as well as the Harlowe family will have to suffer for what they have done to Clarissa, not by her agency, but through remorse.
Because Clarissa prevents them from apologizing and asking her forgiveness, the characters who have harmed her will be left with nothing but their own bad actions. As the novel moves toward its close, some characters come into new prominence—namely, Belford, Morden, and, to a lesser extent, Hickman. Morden, a remote presence in the novel until this section, furthers this representation of the reformed rake. The warnings he gives about rakes come from his own experience, and he and Lovelace recognize each other as kindred spirits even though they meet in an adversarial context.