An Awfully Big Adventure - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

With Caesar and Cleopatra successfully running, rehearsals begin for Peter Pan. The actor Mary Deare has arrived to play Peter. Meredith tells the cast that he has no patience for the many symbolic interpretations of the play. Geoffrey is proud to have been cast as Mullins, one of the pirates. When Meredith asks Geoffrey to get him some cigarettes, Geoffrey asks bitterly what Meredith's last servant died of. Meredith smirks as John Harbour teases Geoffrey.

Bunny tells Stella that she will handle the light that is Tinkerbell. She will stand in the wings, directing the beam of a flashlight at a mirror onstage while ringing a little handbell. Stella is alarmed and tries to explain that flickering lights frighten her. Bunny offers no sympathy, nor does Freddie who explains that everyone has to get over unpleasant experiences.

Stella has become a much-loved part...

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