The Painted Veil - Study Guide Chapters 14 through 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14: Kitty met Charlie Townsend at a social function through her husband, and the two immediately had a connection. Conversation came easily, unlike her present situation with Walter, and she immediately knew she had made a good impression on him.

Chapter 15: After their first encounter, the relationship between Kitty and Charlie developed quickly. He provided such a contrast with her husband that she fell in love with him very quickly. She hesitated before having sex with him, not because she lacked the desire, but because her upbringing made her look poorly on a woman who did such a thing. Afterward, however, she was so content that she did not care.

Chapter 16: Charlie and Kitty, of necessity, conduct their relationship with the utmost secrecy, more for her sake than for his, he says. Kitty grew more and more in love as time progressed and dreamed of...

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