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The Girl Who Owned a City Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Two: Chapter 10 Summary

O.T. Nelson
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Part Two: Chapter 10 Summary

For the week after the fire, Lisa does nothing but blame herself; she has lost confidence. Jill takes care of her, and Lisa watches the children Jill has taken in. The children fight over the toys they're supposed to share, and Lisa thinks the children suffer from lack of ownership of their own toys. Lisa has a plan to give each child a toy, if he or she can find a can of gasoline for the group. She promises a box of candy to any child who brings their parents' car keys. Jill is worried because she wants children to share, but Lisa thinks the children need jobs to do and ownership of their own things and shouldn't be forced to share.

While the kids are gone, Lisa calls a meeting of the militia. She wants better protection. She starts talking about her...

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