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Venetia - Chapters Fourteen and Fifteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Fourteen and Fifteen Summary

The drama of everyday life is wearing on Venetia. It does not have the same effect on Aubrey. When Mrs. Scorrier picks a fight with Aubrey, he is more than happy to fight back. This puts Mrs. Scorrier in an even worse state, and she takes it out on Venetia. Venetia continues to confide in Damerel who never fails to make her feel like her problems are more trivial than she first thinks. He even makes her laugh at some of the silly things that have her in such a worry before their talks.

Damerel makes Venetia feel better about her problems and goes a little further. He tries to get Aubrey to behave himself. He tells Aubrey that his lack of manners, though he might enjoy it, is making it hard on Venetia. Therefore, Aubrey tries over the next days...

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