That Hideous Strength - Moonlight at Belbury Summary & Analysis

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Moonlight at Belbury Summary

Back at the N.I.C.E. headquarters, the Fairy is busy talking with the Deputy Director, Wither, about her run-in with Jane Studdock. The director is telling the Fairy that she should not have tried to take Jane by force. He says that this method of bringing Jane to Belbury could disrupt her gift. In fact, Frost has already noted that Jane's mind is less accessible than when they began telepathically spying on her in her sleep. It is revealed during this conversation that the only reason that Mark was brought to Belbury and offered a position in the N.I.C.E. was to get to Jane. The conversation ends with someone called "the Head" summoning the Fairy. She goes to see this "Head" by walking down several passages, and the décor becomes more and more sterile. Finally Professor Filostrato...

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