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Pippi Longstocking - Chapters 9-10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9. One day, Tommy and Annika’s mother, Mrs. Settergren, wants to invite women from the town to her home for a coffee party. She allows the children to invite Pippi so they are entertained while the adults are at the party. When the children tell Pippi of the party, she is very excited, but worried she won’t behave properly. She promises the children she will take special care not to make them ashamed of her. For the party, Pippi unbraids her hair and paints her face in an effort to look presentable.

When she arrives, she screams her arrival and startles all of the women at the party. They are shocked by her presence, and Pippi goes to sit down in a chair with the other women as though she was invited to the coffee party. Pippi tries to fit in with the other women...

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