From the Magpie (Charlotte/Charlotte)
In which the Magpie happens upon two Charlottes, and the things they carried.
Magpie, definition, Cambridge Dictionary: 1) a bird with black and white feathers and a long tail, 2) someone who likes to collect many different objects, or use many different styles
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