Story of O - Chapter 4, Part 1 (pp. 173-188) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, Part 1 (pp. 173-188) Summary

"The Owl", part 1. O and Jacqueline resume their life together. Jacqueline is shocked by O's irons and by the brand, by O's apparent pride in them, by O's tales of Roissy, and by O's request that she (Jacqueline) join her and Rene there in the fall. Jacqueline agrees, but only to see what it's like. Privately, however, O believes that there will be enough there (Rene, Sir Stephen, the valets, the environment itself) to teach Jacqueline to obey. Narration then describes how O, Rene, Sir Stephen, Jacqueline, and Jacqueline's half-sister Natalie (last referred to in Chapter 3 Part 1) plan to spend several weeks at Sir Stephen's home in the south of France. Narration also describes how O knows that everything that goes on in her bedroom, including her intimacies with Jacqueline, will be seen by Sir Stephen, watching...

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