Loitering with Intent Themes

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Warrender Chase

Fleur's novel proves to be central to the development of the story. Before beginning her job with the Autobiographical Association, Fleur has begun writing the novel and has already formulated her characters. She continues to work on it and eventually finishes the book, which is primarily focused on the manipulations of the main character, Warrender Chase, on the other characters who have become his followers. The novel itself, however, becomes a recurring theme not only its physical manuscript form but in a more figurative sense when the events of the novel seem to come to life. Although it was not her intention, some of Fleur's fictitious characters appear to model some of the real life characters in her life. Sir Quentin, for example, takes after Warrender Chase himself. Sir Quentin arranges for the manuscript to be stolen, reads it, and seemingly models his life after the events...

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