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Why do the convivial cocoa evenings in Miss Kenton’s parlour, so fondly remembered by Stevens, come to an end?
Lord Darlington finds this routine unseemly.
Lisa, the maid, is found gossiping about their relationship.
Miss Kenton has developed a romantic interest.
Mr. Stevens takes offense that she is distracted during a conversation.
Miss Kenton has put in a radio in her room.