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Lady Chatterley's Lover Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 Summary

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Chapter 14 Summary

Connie goes to Mellors' cottage. She sees the picture of him as a young man with his wife. He takes it from its frame and burns it. Connie teases him that one day his wife will return. Mellors talks about his first girlfriends and about how intellectual they were. He tells Connie that they never wanted sexual relations. They just wanted to talk and kiss. Then, he tells her about his wife and about how cruel and selfish their relationship became. That is why he joined the army and left her. Connie and Mellors have a passionate conversation about sexual pleasure, and Mellors tells Connie that he can only take pleasure from a relationship if his partner is also taking pleasure. Connie spends the night with Mellors at the cottage. She tells him that she wants to leave Clifford and to come and live with Mellors soon...

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