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Venetia - Chapters Sixteen and Seventeen Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Sixteen and Seventeen Summary

Venetia had longed to stay in London as a young girl. Now it is not such an enjoyable trip. She can't sleep due to the city noises, and she can't put Damerel completely from her mind, either. When she is busy, she is almost content, but when she is not, she is unhappy.

Venetia finds that she enjoys dressing up in the new styles in London. She also finds a lot to see and do in London and finds some enjoyment out of this. She often finds herself thinking, however, of what she will tell Damerel about it, and this brings the blues. Her aunt, Mrs. Hendred, is constantly worrying about making Venetia a good match even though Venetia insists that she doesn't want to marry.

Mrs. Hendred is very disturbed by the fact that Venetia goes out without attendants. Also...

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