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Little Women Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapter 21 Summary

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Part 2: Chapter 21 Summary

Three years have elapsed since we last saw the March family gathered in the parlor. The war is over and Mr. March is again pastor of a small parish. Amy now cares for Aunt March and Jo spends her time writing romances for The Spread Eagle. Amy, who has never regained her strength after the Scarlet fever, remains at home.

Mr. Brooke served in the war until he was wounded. He then worked to provide a small home for Meg. The Dovecote, as the small house is called, is now ready and Meg and her mother and sisters are inspecting every detail. The linen closet is filled with items that Aunt March directed another aunt to buy for Meg. Aunt March could never publicly go back on her vow not to give Meg anything if she married Mr. Brooke.

Laurie is in college, but visits...

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