The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making - Study Guide Chapters 20, 21 and 22 Summary & Analysis

Catherynne M. Valente
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As September and the Panther look at the sleeping Marquess, wondering whether she's dead, the Lonely Gaol starts to break apart. The Panther reveals that a great deal of Fairyland was being held together by the Marquess's will, and since that will is no longer active, Fairyland is falling apart. September asks him to help rescue Saturday and Ell, and the Panther agrees, flying her to the jail at the top of the tall tower. There, with the help of the powerful Wrench, she breaks open Saturday's cell and unlocks his chains, but is unable to revive the unconscious Ell. She realizes there is a way out - to defeat Saturday in combat and use his power to grant wishes to escape. Saturday warns her that he will fight back, but she says she has no other choice. As the castle continues to fall apart...

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