Troubling Love - Chapter 14-15 Summary & Analysis

Elena Ferrante
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In Chapter 14, Delia mentally compared the experience of riding the funicular now with when she rode it with Amalia when she was a child. She was disappointed that this visit took away from the times when she would accompany Amalia to deliver clothes to her clients. In the present day, she found Caserta standing near a young woman and noticed that while he seemed like an innocent old man, he was actually gradually encroaching on the girl’s space in an obviously sexual manner. After the girl left the funicular at her stop in a haste, Caserta turned to Delia with a suggestive look to imply that the act had been meant for her. Delia wasn’t able to make it out of the car, but Uncle Filippo had, leaving her stuck with Caserta and Polledro,

In Chapter 15, Delia realized that she had...

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