Lady Chatterley's Lover - Study Guide Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Connie has a foreboding feeling that her affair with Michaelis is about to end. She has no attraction to other men. Clifford is very demanding of her time, and she gives it up freely to him. There is still a great deal that she wants from Clifford but that he is unable to give to her.

Clifford's writing career is advancing. He is gradually becoming more famous and making more money. He continues to invite people to Wragby - army men, scientists, writers - all the young intellectuals of the day. These young men are only concerned with intellectual matters and give no concern whatsoever to the practical affairs of day.

One evening after dinner, the guests have a debate as to whether they should choose to marry and remain with one sexual partner or choose their sexual partners as and when they are inclined. Eventually, the...

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