Lady Chatterley's Lover - Study Guide Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Connie goes for a walk with Clifford in the woods in his bath chair. Clifford is discussing the state of the mines, which are still declining. The miners are still striking. He declares that there will be no more strikes if the mines are properly managed. He proclaims that he is going to fix it all without the miners even noticing. When Connie protests, he tells her that the miners are not men but animals; they are not individuals but masses. Clifford declares that he will rule the collieries with his will and intellect and that he hopes to have a son who he can teach to follow suit. Connie is sickened by his aristocratic arrogance. She tells him that the working class people are slaves to the industry, and she would sooner not have her title. He only accuses her of being irresponsible.

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