The Clockmaker's Daughter - Part 3: Chapters 24 - 26 Summary & Analysis

Kate Morton
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Part 3, Chapter 24 is set in the summer of 1862. Because Birdie is known as Lily to the group with whom she travels to Birchwood Manor, she will be called Lily in this section of analysis. Lucy’s mind is active as she rides the train with the others — Adele and Felix Bernard, Clare, Thurston, Edward, and Lily. Edward and Lucy had been close since Lucy was born. She had been the only one whom he had told about the Night of the Following. He said the house to which they were going was the house from that night.

Watching Edward with Lily, Lucy remembered the first time she had seen Lily. Because her vision was not good, Lucy had mistaken Lily’s red hair for a potted Japanese maple tree. Edward had been using Adele as a model but was no longer inspired...

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