Loitering with Intent - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Fleur was aware of a lot of activity with the Autobiographical Association and its members at this point. When she ran into Mrs. Wilks, she was surprised to see that the woman had lost a considerable amount of weight and had lost the happy appearance she so clearly had when Fleur was introduced to her. She implored Fleur to change her name to Miss Davids in her documents, insisting that she must remain "incognito" from this point on because the Trotskyites had been sending agents all over the world to find her and assassinate her. As she began to rant, Sir Quentin suddenly sent Fleur on an errand, and Mrs. Wilks was gone when she returned. When she asked Sir Quentin what was wrong with the woman, he replied only that she had been fasting too strictly and then changed the subject.

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