Neverwhere - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Earl's Court lives up to its name, looking very much like an aging medieval court crammed into a single subway car. After requesting an audience, Door regally introduces herself to the earl as the Lady Door, oldest daughter of Portico. Though half-senile and missing an eye, the earl warmly recognizes the name. The marquis's introduction, however, earns Carabas a sharp reminder that he is banished from the court, but Hunter's introduction causes everyone to momentarily fall silent. Richard is almost a non-person to the court.

Enraged to see the marquis de Carabas in his court, the earl reminds the marquis that he is responsible for him losing twelve men and an eye during the retreat from White City. Door intercedes, insisting that the court recognize the marquis as her guest and reminding the earl that he and her family have been friends for many years. The marquis...

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