Mr. Fox - Section 2: Pages 72 – 136 Summary & Analysis

Helen Oyeyemi
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Fitcher’s Bird – Miss Foxe works as an assistant to Mrs. Nash, a florist. Miss Foxe loves flowers and her simple, small world. She also loves fairy tales, especially the transformations that characters undergo. Eventually, Miss Foxe comes to believe she needs more than flowers and fairytales. She decides to find a man. She does everything she can to attract a man, even going to seedy bars where even ugly girls are find men, to placing an ad in the papers at Mrs. Nash’s suggestion. A man named Fitcher sends a bouquet of foxglove to Miss Foxe. The two correspond and decide to meet. They enjoy their time together and have much in common, so they begin dating. Fitcher buys Miss Foxe a nightingale and gold-painted cage. She then invites him to her flat, where she feeds him and begs him to...

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