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The Little Foxes Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2 Summary

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Act 2 Summary

A week has passed, and Alexandra still has not returned with her father. Oscar and Leo are at Regina's house very early in the morning to check on their return. It is time for the family to go to Chicago to make the deal with Mr. Marshall, and they still don't have Horace's money. While they're waiting for Regina to come downstairs, Oscar and Leo have a conversation about the contents of Horace's safe deposit box, which Leo has seen at the bank. The box also contains Alexandra's baby shoe, an old cameo, a piece of an old violin and $88,000 in Union Pacific bonds. Leo tells Oscar that Horace only looks in the box about every six months. This gives Oscar the brilliant idea that they could "borrow" the bonds and make their deal with Mr. Marshall. Oscar says they could repay the bonds before...

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