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Pippi Longstocking - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3. The townspeople are concerned that Pippi lives by herself in Villa Villekulla and think children need to have someone to advise them and make sure they go to school, so they decide to send two policemen to the house to put Pippi in a children’s home. When the two policemen show up at Villa Villekulla, Pippi pokes fun at them and questions the two as to why they want to put her in a children’s home. She does not like that fact that the children’s home does not take horses or monkeys, so she refuses to go. The two policemen are tired of Pippi’s games and try to grab her, but Pippi is too fast. She thinks the policemen are playing a game of tag, so she escapes to the roof where the men can’t reach her. When the police officers...

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