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This chapter sums up the growth of Walser and Fevvers and fills in few blanks. For instance, it clarifies the mystery that is Lizzie. She had lost a baby when she found Fevvers, which is the reason for their closeness. Lizzie is an advocate of all kinds of women's rights, and she couldn't be a full-fledged whore at Ma Nelson's house, not due to religion, but due to politics. She would always rage about the suffering of people in the world and what could be done about it. The letters that she sends with Walser are updates about the struggle in Russia sent in invisible ink to Lizzie's exiled friends in London. In several senses, Lizzie works magic for many.

Neither Fevvers nor Walser ever confirm whether Fevvers' wings are real, but Fevvers has fooled him, either about being fully feathered, being a virgin or...

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