Lady Chatterley's Lover - Study Guide Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Connie and Clifford are attempting to settle into Wragby. Clifford's sister Emma, who is still disgusted by his marriage to Constance, leaves Wragby and goes to live in London. Connie finds Wragby dismal. She does not like the villagers at Tevershall. She is disconcerted that they do not acknowledge the couple's higher class by welcoming her or Clifford home. Neither do they display behavior appropriate to their lower class. Eventually, just like Clifford, she ignores them completely. The two of them avoid the village as much as possible.

Connie and Clifford come to live their days at Wragby in the clockwork rhythm of Godfrey's well-accustomed staff. They spend their days discussing Clifford's stories, which he concocts from anecdotes about people he once knew in his former life. Eventually, he begins to publish them and gains moderate success and recognition. He becomes very proud of his success, to...

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