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Native Speaker Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 14 (pages 197-214) Summary

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Chapter 14 (pages 197-214) Summary

Leila meets Henry at the Ardsley train station. At Henry's father's house, Leila makes Henry's lamb stew, which is his favorite food. Leila and Henry were planning to move into Henry's father's house before their marital troubles and Leila's trip to Europe, but they had not done so after Henry's father's death. After dinner, Henry and Leila organize family photos and discuss Henry's similarities to his mother. This leads to a discussion of the traits that children inherit from their parents. Leila mentions that her father likes Henry and believes that all current marital trouble is Leila's fault.

Leila asks Henry how work is going. He says fine but Leila says that Jack seems to think otherwise. He did not say anything in particular to her but he urged her to talk to Henry. After much coaxing, Leila finally gets Henry to talk...

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