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Magic for Marigold Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

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Chapter 10 Summary

The Bobbing of Marigold. Marigold's desire to have her hair bobbed (i.e. cut to just below her ears) is met with absolute negativity from Grandmother. Meanwhile, Grandmother and Mother prepare to leave Marigold alone while they're away at a family event. Mother suggests she can spend time with Sylvia, but Marigold, for the first time, seems to want to spend time with a real best friend.

Marigold goes for a walk and meets the spirited Varvara, who says she's a Russian princess, and has run away from her minders. Marigold doesn't believe her, but invites her into the house anyway. As they play, she tells Varvara about her desire to cut her hair, and Varvara says she should do it just to spite Grandmother ...

Marigold and Varvara try to outdo each other playing games with their imagination, some instinct telling Marigold to not tell Varvara about...

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