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Collector John Fowles Short summary Frederick Clegg lived in London His dad died in a car crash in 1937 when he was only 2 years old Later he was told it was an accident After this his mother went away with another man and Fredericks uncle an aunt took care of him In his early twenties Frederick won the football lottery and won 73000 pounds He bought a big house in London but he had just one dream Miranda Miranda was a twenty years old student of an art school Frederick was observing her for a long time and two years later he kidnapped her and kept her in his seller He looked very well after her and bought her everything she needed At the beginning they made a deal He would release her after one month During that time they did a lot of things together like painting and reading books She only wasnt allowed to see daylight First Miranda thought he wanted to rape her but he was more interested in intense love During the time that Miranda was locked up she tried several times to escape but she had no success A few weeks later Miranda got ill very badly probably pneumonia Frederick didnt want her to see a doctor and a few weeks later she died First Frederick wanted to commit suicide The morning he planned his suicide he found her diary what showed she had never loved him He didnt want suicide anymore and buried Miranda in his own garden During those last few days he saw in his village a girl who just looked like Miranda She wasnt as pretty as Miranda but he immediately liked her Later he found out her name Marian another M Personal Opinion The collector stands for Frederick Clegg he collects butterflies This is his main hobby But because he adores Miranda he wants to add her to his collection Because the
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