Nights at the Circus - Study Guide Book 1, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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The interview between Walser and Fevvers continues. Fevvers discloses that she doesn't know who or what laid the egg from which she hatched. Lizzie takes her to a whorehouse, headed and run by a woman named Nelson. They take her in as one of their own. The house is an old brick house, a "relic," according to Fevvers, with a look somewhat too modern for its time, yet it has a touched of a classic and cozy feel. The women who reside there keep it clean, dim and comfortable for themselves and their clients. When Fevvers turns seven years old, the ladies of the house decide to make her a mascot of sorts. They dress her up with a wreath for her head and a bow and arrow that Lizzie gilds with gold leaf. With her small fluffy wings, she is their cupid. For seven...

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