Lady Chatterley's Lover - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

During the day, Clifford is completely obsessed with his schemes at the mines. At night, he spends his hours gambling with Mrs. Bolton. He has even raised her salary by a hundred pounds a year so she can play cards with him every night.

Connie and Mellors talk of running away together to the Colonies. Mellors reminisces about his colonel and how cynically he used to talk. Mellors talks with familiarity and a certain fondness for his colonel, both for his personality and for his politics.

Mellors speculates that if he were in charge, he would give all the men in the village bright uniforms and let the women dress as they liked. He would pull down the pit and make them realize that all they had been working for was to rid them of the clumsy movements they make now as they rush to the pit...

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