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Nights at the Circus Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2, Chapter 10 Summary

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Book 2, Chapter 10 Summary

The circus is a great success, and after opening night Fevvers is constantly bombarded with flowers. For the moment she even grows tired of violets, her favorite flower and has all of her flowers re-routed to hospitals. Finally, the night of the final show arrives, and Fevvers, having agreed to only one invitation from her gentlemen suitor, is pleased to find that he sends her diamond earrings to match the diamond bracelet. He promises that if she visits him alone, she will receive the diamond necklace to the set upon arrival. Lizzie is distraught with the idea of Fevvers going alone, but diamonds have already blinded Fevvers.

Kearney is so overjoyed, sitting in the box office counting the earnings of the finale's ticket sales, that he brushes off Walser's concern for Buffo the Great's ability to perform that night. Buffo spent the night before drinking...

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