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Little Women - Study Guide Part 1: Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1: Chapter 10 Summary

The March girls create their own secret society with members based on characters from Charles Dickens' novel The Pickwick Papers. For a year the club meets secretly in the garret, or attic, or the March house. One evening, Jo fools her sisters by hiding Laurie in a closet during a meeting. She proposes that the club elect a new member and the girls agree to add Laurie, who surprises them by stepping out of the closet.

As a gesture of goodwill to the club, the newest member sets up a post office box at the corner of the hedge where their properties meet. This old birdhouse becomes a means of passing messages and packages back and forth between the Laurence and March homes.

Part 1: Chapter 10 Analysis

This short chapter shows the March girls creativity in amusing themselves. They revel in playing the roles of the...

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