Clockwork Princess - Prologue and Chapters 1-4 Summary & Analysis

Cassandra Clare
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Prologue

In 1847, Aloysius Starkweather watches as his granddaughter dies as she receives the first of the Shadowhunter marks. Nearly twenty-five years later, Charlotte Fairchild introduces Will Herondale to newcomer James Carstairs at the London Institute.

Chapter 1. A Dreadful Row

Tessa is in her room trying on her golden wedding dress with Charlotte. They are interrupted by Tessa’s fiancé, Jem Carstairs, who informs them that Gabriel Lightwood has arrived. Upstairs in the training room, Will and Cecily, his sister, gamble to force Will to write a letter to their parents. As Cecily wins the competition, Jem comes and tells them of Gabriel’s arrival.

In Gideon’s room, Sophie brings Gideon some scones he has asked for. Gideon tries to talk to Sophie, but she resists his attempts because of the change in social status between them now that Sophie is...

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