A Little Princess - Chapter 4: Lottie Summary & Analysis

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The narrator notes that if Sara had been a spoiled child, she would have complained to her father and left the school. Miss Minchin wanted his money so much that even though she thought Sara's living conditions were ridiculous, she did not complain. She also never tried to show her disdain for Sara, because as long as her expenses were covered, Sara was a credit to the school. Sara was smart, well-mannered and friendly. The narrator noted that Sara gave money to a beggar.

Sara attributed her own success in school to accident. She believed that she just happened to like school, and just happened to have a good memory. She believed she was not more deserving than anyone else. She wondered if people would tell her if she was a rude child since her father was rich. She was afraid people catered...

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