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As he grows introspective, why does Mr. Stevens feel that the day Miss Kenton received news of her aunt’s death was a likely turning point in their relationship?
Mr. Stevens consoled Miss Kenton with his whole heart.
Mr. Stevens drove Miss Kenton to the funeral on the following day, and stayed for a quiet meal with the family.
Instead of offering condolences, Mr. Stevens found fault with Miss Kenton’s work.
Mr. Stevens forgot that Miss Kenton was mourning her aunt, and arrived as always for the cocoa evening.
Mr. Stevens refused Miss Kenton permission to attend the funeral.