Is it a love match
between Dunstan and Daisy? If Dunstan's affair with the faerie slave at the
market hadn't happened, we'd be more inclined to say yes. But then, it's
possible to love more than one person simultaneously, isn't it? Don't parents
love their kids, no matter how many of them there are? Can't someone fall in
love early in life, and later in life, without one diminishing the other? Maybe
Dunstan's love for Daisy is a different kind of love than his love for the
faerie girl, one that burns slower and less passionate.