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Major Pettigrew's Last Stand Chapter Summary & Analysis - chapters 6-10 Summary

Helen Simonson
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chapters 6-10 Summary

Chapter 6:

The Major meets Alec Shaw at the golf club for a day of golf. The men discuss the upcoming golf club dance, which the women of the golf club are currently discussing. Alec's wife is on the committee. She will certainly ask for an opinion on this year's theme. The previous year's theme, "Last Days of Pompeii," was a complete and total disaster, one that the Major hopes will never be repeated. The Major suggests to Alec that the group return to the days of formal attire, which the Major wears to every dance despite the theme. Alec tells the Major to suggest it. The Major recoils in horror.

The men adjourn to the bar and are eventually summoned by Alec's wife to give input on the upcoming dance. The input is not well received. The Major gets wrangled into being on the food...

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