glance that saw everything, registered everything


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Here is a passage from the novel Lady Chatterley's Lover (para.42) by Lawrence (the University of Adelaide,here):
He looked up at her with the full glance
that saw everything, registered everything. At the same time, the infant crying in the night was crying out of his breast to her, in a way that affected her very womb.
I feel that "that saw everything, registered everything" is a relative clause, which modifies the word glance. But it seems that an "and"" is left out. In other word, it should be "that saw everything, and registered everything". Am I right?

Thank you in advance
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