Lady Chatterley's Lover - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

Clifford is frantic over Connie's disappearance during the storm and sends Mrs. Bolton to look for her. Mrs. Bolton and finds Connie in the drive, on her way home. Connie is angry as she realizes that Mrs. Bolton is now aware of her secret. She tells Clifford that she took a naked bath in the rain. He is furious that she is so nonchalant about her behavior, firstly in case she might have been seen and only secondly because of her health.

While Mrs. Bolton is helping Connie pack for her trip to Venice, the two have another conversation about men. This time, Mrs. Bolton explains how she handles Clifford and how she used to handle her late husband. Mrs. Bolton tells Connie that once you've really cared for a man, you can never feel the same for another man. This frightens Connie.

Hilda arrives to take...

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