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Venetia - Chapters Eleven, Twelve, and Thirteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Eleven, Twelve, and Thirteen Summary

Charlotte and Mrs. Scorrier throw Venetia and Aubrey's lives into turmoil. Charlotte is pleasant, but scared. However, Mrs. Scorrier is anything but pleasant. This is why Conway sent them to Undershaw. Mrs. Scorrier was causing trouble for him at the post, and she causes more at Undershaw.

Mrs. Scorrier spends her time trying to make Aubrey, Venetia, and the rest of the house uncomfortable. She is determined to see that her daughter has all of the control. Charlotte, however, doesn't really want it, but will do whatever her mother says.

The household is determined to do everything they can to stop the change from coming, checking with Venetia before doing anything that Mrs. Scorrier says. Mrs. Priddy, upon finding that Charlotte is with child, spends her time doting on a willing Charlotte.

Mrs. Scorrier tries to interfere with Aubrey's...

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