Chapters 14-16 Summary and Analysis
Minta Doyle: emotional young woman; impulsive, outspoken
Paul Rayley: earnest young man; timid
Nancy Ramsay: pensive; prefers solitude
Andrew Ramsay: interest in collecting marine life; somewhat aloof
All of Chapter XIV is written within parentheses. Minta, Paul, Andrew, and Nancy take an afternoon’s excursion. Minta coerced Nancy into joining them. Nancy would have preferred retreating to the attic. She feels pressured by the demands of socializing.
Andrew observes that Minta is a good walker, dressed in a short skirt and black knickerbockers. He likes her rashness, but believes it will get her into...
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