Lady Chatterley's Lover - Study Guide Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Connie goes to the woods and meets Mellors at the cottage. She tells him of her decision to go to Venice for a month or so without Clifford. She asks him to wait for her. She also tells him of her decision to have a child. At first Mellors becomes bitter, thinking that she has used him to try and conceive a child, but she tells him that it was because she was physically attracted to him. He laughs and says that they're equal.

That night, Connie meets Mellors at the hut, and they make love. The first time, she remains distant as usual, but the second time, she lets herself feel pleasure. She is suddenly filled with wonder that he can make her feel so transported. He makes her promise that she will spend a night with him at the cottage before she leaves for Venice...

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