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Major Pettigrew's Last Stand Chapter Summary & Analysis - chapters 16-20 Summary

Helen Simonson
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chapters 16-20 Summary

Chapter 16:

The Major goes to Grace's cottage to pick up Mrs. Ali. The Major is stunned to see Mrs. Ali dressed in a sweeping gown. The Major is struck with awe at Mrs. Ali's beauty. The Major picks Sandy up at Apple Cottage and then drives to the golf club for the dance.

The atmosphere of the dance is discussed from the decorations to the dress of various guests. The conversation revolves around the evening as well as Ferguson's part in the new development at Lord Dagenham's manor.

Chapter 17:

Roger arrives in Colonel Pettigrew's uniform. The Major recalls Roger's disdain for the military and finds the whole situation to be ironic. Even Roger feels somewhat uncomfortable.

Ferguson continues to press the Major on the matter of the Churchills. Ferguson points out that the Major should be sure to take the guns back right away after...

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