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Paris Spleen, 1869 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 7: The Fairies' Gifts, The Temptations: Or, Eros, Plutus, and Fame & Evening Twilight Summary

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Section 7: The Fairies' Gifts, The Temptations: Or, Eros, Plutus, and Fame & Evening Twilight Summary

In "The Fairies' Gifts", the Fairies gathered together to grant gifts to the children born within the days time, and all the fairies are diverse in the their giving. The gifts to be bestowed on the children were abilities and skills that would dictate the lives and fates of the children brought to them by the fathers of those children, but the Fairies had to work quickly within a certain timeframe. At last, the Fairies thought that their task was done as there where no more gifts to give, when a poor tradesman grabbed hold of the neared Fairy and cried out "Oh Madame, you are forgetting us. There is still my child." The Fairy looked embarrassed as there was nothing to bestow...

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