The Garden Party

Why does Mr Neave feel himself unable to cope with his daughters?

"An ideal family" by katherine mansfield

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I'm not totally sure what you are asking here. His daughters continually imply that he needs to retire. They are also young and lively and Mr. Neave feels tired around them,

Mr. Neave drifted off to sleep, realizing that Charlotte and the girls were too lively for him tonight.