Juliet recounts for Sidney the experience of having the handwriting expert come visit Isola. With much pomp and circumstance, the man declared the letters the work of Oscar Wilde. Isola yelled with joy and hugged the man. She then took him to test out a motorcycle and got a ticket for reckless driving.
The shift away from the war and towards these fun letters again shows that Guernsey is recovering from the war—notably, through these happy stories and coincidences.