Birds, Beasts, and Relatives - Interlude for Spirits Summary & Analysis

Gerald Durrell
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Interlude for Spirits Summary and Analysis

Margo, who has been fighting an apparently severe case of acne throughout the story, Now she's suddenly gaining weight at an alarming weight and when the family physician can't find anything else wrong, he suggests it might be "glandular" and suggests a London physician. Margo is desperate, and her desperation is fed by the cruel remarks of Leslie and Larry who wonder aloud if there's a boat big enough to carry Margo and if she can fit through a certain door. Though Gerald's mother is worried about "young girls in big towns," she sends Margo to stay with relatives, Cousin Prue and Aunt Fran.

After some time, Gerald's mother learns that Margo is spending time with someone Cousin Prue doesn't approve of and Gerald and his mother head to London, she fearing to leave him behind in...

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