The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making - Study Guide Chapters 13 and 14, Interlude Summary & Analysis

Catherynne M. Valente
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"Autumn is the Kingdom where Everything Grows" September races out of the Worsted Wood, unaware that, as narration reveals, Death has revived and is blowing a kiss at her. When she reaches Mercurio, September is almost entirely tree-like, and tells the shocked Ell and Saturday (and the not terribly shocked Fallow) that she has realized the Marquess needs her mother for some reason, otherwise why would the only sword used by her (September's) mother, a Wrench, have come out of the casket? Suddenly they are all attacked by a pair of the Marquess's lions, who chase away Fallow and the other spriggans and then kidnap Ell and Saturday. Left all alone, September falls asleep, and dreams she is at a tea party where the food is made up of gears from an engine, where Ell is in human form, and where Saturday is...

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