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Little Women - Study Guide Part 2: Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapter 22 Summary

Meg's wedding, a simple affair, is held in the March home. Meg insists that everything be as natural as possible. She proclaims to Aunt March that she is not a show and has no interest in impressing people with her gown or with the cost of her bridal luncheon.

Despite the simplicity, the young bride is radiant. Mr. March marries the couple and the guests share cake and fruit. Laurie starts an impromptu dance in the garden. The highlight of the dance comes when Mr. Laurence sweeps Aunt March into the festivities.

At the end of the day, Mr. and Mrs. Brooke walk arm in arm to their new home. Mr. Laurence tells his grandson that he would be delighted if Laurie would ever choose marry one of the March girls.

Part 2: Chapter 22 Analysis

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