Lady Chatterley's Lover - Study Guide Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Few visitors ever come to Wragby anymore; Clifford is too preoccupied listening to the radio. Connie is lonelier than ever. She cannot leave Clifford alone for too long otherwise he becomes an emotional wreck. He declares that he would still like a child if it will not affect Connie's love for him in any way. This responsibility towards Clifford horrifies Connie.

One evening, Connie goes to the woods to escape the oppressive gloom of Wragby, and Mellors approaches her with a key to the hut. She begins to go to the hut often, though she never sees Mellors. Suddenly one day, there are pheasants in the cages, brooding over their eggs. Fascinated, Connie starts to come every day. A few days later, Mellors lets her hold a baby chick in her hand. She is suddenly overcome with emotion. Mellors takes her inside the hut, and they make...

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