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Little Women Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapter 23 Summary

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Part 2: Chapter 23 Summary

One of the rewards Amy receives for serving Aunt March is art lessons. Amy's fancy moves from drawing to painting to sculpture and back again. She has made many friends at art school and wants to entertain them at the March home.

Amy asks Marmee if she might host a luncheon for her classmates, followed by a drive by the river and a discussion of art. Amy describes the event as "an artistic fete." Mrs. March is concerned that Amy's plans are too ambitious but she allows her youngest daughter to proceed.

Amy enlists the help of her sisters, Marmee and Hannah, and Jo and Hannah are the least enthusiastic participants. Amy insists on a fancy luncheon (she is paying for the event herself). When the day arrives, it rains and the fete must be postponed. The March family enjoys eating the ice...

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