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Charlotte's Web Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12 – A Meeting Summary

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Chapter 12 Summary - A Meeting

A few days after the miracle in the web, Charlotte calls a meeting of the barn animals. Wilbur, the gander and goose, the goslings, the sheep, and the lambs are present - only Templeton is missing.

Charlotte explains her plan and says that it's working, and that she needs a new word. One of the lambs suggests "Pig Supreme," but Charlotte thinks it sounds too much like a dessert. "Terrific" is suggested, and Charlotte likes it. The sheep suggests asking Templeton to find something with other good words written on it. When the rat protests, the sheep reminds him that Wilbur's food is his food, and if Wilbur dies, so does his food supply. Templeton relents and agrees to help.

Wilbur protests a bit at the word choice, arguing that he is not actually terrific. Charlotte says he is, as far as...

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