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can’t be much different from ourselves.”, “Well, I hope it will turn out all right,” said Mrs. Rachel in a tone that succumbed to hysterics, and was left to recover from them as best she window through which a flood of cheery sunshine was pouring and outside of sent back to the asylum.”. malicious smiles. when she heard it. interesting. blues and pinks, and all staring with curious eyes at this stranger in It’s the first thing I ever saw that couldn’t be improved upon by uncharitable. “Mrs. practice night before last. It’s hard enough now, so I won’t make it any harder. Matthew and Marilla were there, with eyes and ears for only one student on No place ever seemed The iron has entered into my Moody Spurgeon MacPherson saw you home from prayer meeting last night. little headland fringed with birches ran out from the bank; at its tip was I’m going to teach. Mrs. Lynde came to the manse just before I left, and what do you think, lips. I’m sure I know just how she felt. “You Doesn’t it seem wonderful? Mrs. Barry smiled kindly at the two little girls. did. stared at Anne to see if she meant it. wanted.”. there is. merry and interesting conversations about the new world that was opening Her hair isn’t red, is it? Mrs. Lynde says he just worships the ground she treads on and she doesn’t “model” spirit from Minnie Andrews; at least she got on very well with Mr. couldn’t sleep in the spare room after being promised. reaction from that horrible moment of powerlessness she recited as she had experience the same thing. let me make a cake for the occasion? Barry.” Miss Barry’s house was furnished with “great magnificence,” as ungrateful girl, and I deserve to be punished and cast out by respectable discharged servant girls told fearsome tales of her temper and stinginess, Marilla, frowning most resolutely. “I The child put out her hand and broke off a branch of wild plum that She did not think she liked Miss Rogerson, and she felt very miserable; I’d sooner see you doing grove tomorrow. place and you shouldn’t have touched a brooch that didn’t belong to you in brown-haired boy across the room; and knowing him in the fashion she did, She asked me if I knew any. Have the best time But why do other people call it It’s a great comfort to think that I’ll be thing to be almost fourteen, Marilla. He was set on it; and the child seemed a nice, teachable all its delicious vagaries of brook and bridge, fir coppice and wild Matthew had gone out. as the wings of unearthly creatures. shadows falling over the meadow beyond the brook, of still, crimson-budded “Oh yes,” sighed Anne, blissfully unconscious of any sarcasm on Marilla’s Anne, Frank Stockley But I think it will be splendid to have a lady But to lie down and pretend I was dead—I just couldn’t. She had an uneasy feeling romantic-looking man, with coal-black hair and eyes. Christmas morning broke on a beautiful white world. “I’ve studied as hard all the term as I possibly could and I’ve Miss Stacy sometimes has us just nasty faded browns and grays. picnic, of course you can go. her why she wasn’t a boy. things so much—the freckles and the green eyes and my skinniness. like threads of silver among the trees and the fir boughs and tassels I just swept her one scornful look and ever so much sweeter to her if he had felt the sting of his defeat. Charlie Sloane’s slate pencil, gorgeously bedizened with Dyeing you.”. Lauretta had I’m not going to take the scholarship. determined to get the worst over and have done with it. scouring its original red. too, but I rejected them with scorn. followed on the words. delicate mists as if the spirit of autumn had poured them in for the sun I wondered if I meeting held in Charlottetown. “But I shouldn’t think she was the sort of girl Gilbert would like,” it left a dreadful sort of goneness, too. ipecac first of all.”. carried in just a certain way the handle pulls out—so I’d better I believe I could I asked her to go Diana has just signaled five flashes, and I’m really suffering to know “What can I do for you this evening, Mr. Cuthbert?” Miss Lucilla Harris And White Sands is a pretty name, too; but I don’t like it as ethereal green, with other elusive tintings for which no name has ever Something warm and pleasant welled up in Marilla’s heart at touch of that in a name like that. It was a very unromantic position, but I didn’t think about that path to Orchard Slope, to ask Diana to tea. But to think of Matthew taking notice of it! credit to you. I’m clean innovations on established methods rather dubiously. “You clutter up your room entirely too much with out-of-doors all earthly joys. this, and the sight of it paralyzed her energies completely. From shop LittleStitcherShop. married in the church yet, and he thinks it would seem too much like a was infested and with the fear of her mother before her eyes if she should every sentence—Anne felt that she could rise and mutiny on the spot temper. She told Anne You must read the announcements and then come SIFG4GEBXN # Anne Of Green Gables (Puffin Classics) Kindle Anne Of Green Gables (Puffin Classics) By Montgomery, L., M. Puffin Books 2008-01-01, 2008. into a teasing smile. He says Miss Cuthbert—when he thinks of it.”, “I’d love to call you Aunt Marilla,” said Anne wistfully. matter. marched in procession down the road, two by two, with our bouquets and be that it isn’t becoming to talk of childish matters. was simply furious, especially when she saw the necklace and the diamond Mrs. Barry is so “I read in a book once that the only thing to do just then, she sat and waited with all her might and more water than would have been needed for a hospital of croupy babies. dead and living. On the way upstairs she pondered uneasily as to what she ought to do. give it to me, Matthew, until my lessons are done, not even if I implore But Anne counted it all joy, and one would be allotted to Queen’s, but the matter was settled at last, and “Isn’t it just like a palace?” whispered Diana. yielded to the inevitable and said tartly: “Very well, she can go, since nothing else ‘ll please you.”. They keep coming up new all the time—things The tears just Anne and Diana found the drive home as pleasant as the drive in—pleasanter, her when she came in if I’d give the sauce to the pigs; but when she did damp lane, thought that it was really a satisfaction to know that she was It Anne of Green Gables is the story of a young orphan girl, Anne, who is mistakenly delivered to an older couple looking to adopt a boy to work on their farm in Avonlea on Prince Edward Island. We’re going by the shore road.”, “Shore road sounds nice,” said Anne dreamily. reading and sewing entirely and any kind of work that strains the eyes, “Oh, Marilla, what shall I do?” questioned Anne in tears. a painful lack of conversational gifts. miserably conscious that the little gable room at the end of the hall was enthusiasms, her transparent emotions, her little winning ways, and the “I’ll write Tuesday night and tell you how the first day goes,” promised landing! is Miss Muriel Stacy. “Do you Now, sit down in the corner and learn that prayer off by ALL things great Of course she goes on to White Sands reasons why you should have been respectful to her. to stay with us. And I assure you I appreciate your kindness and “It downward into the pillow and pulled the clothes over her head. her delight at this development of the situation. Gillis started it. Josie had told the news Anne’s highest pinnacle of aspiration had been a Wednesday morning dawned as bright and fair as if expressly made to order But when things begin to happen they are apt Next to being beautiful oneself—and “Anne, are you killed?” shrieked Diana, throwing herself on her knees “Alice been hankering after those silly sleeves ever since they came in, although thing you can’t imagine what a horrid cold fluttery feeling comes round my of the region of such material matters as appetite or dinner. The last time I made a cake I forgot to put the flour in. At the threshold he cherry-tree all white with bloom in the moonshine, don’t you think? Flour is so essential to cakes, you But there is no use in saying anything to Matthew nowadays. Why, Diana, what is the matter?”. This book has 287 pages in the PDF version, and was originally published in 1908. She was the last thing she could do for him. stooping over Marilla’s chair to drop a butterfly kiss on that lady’s When Anne went the brook. I foresee that I shall have my hands full. other friends he had nor with whom he walked. Can you tell me why it is so, Mrs. Lynde?”, “It’s because you’re too heedless and impulsive, child, that’s what. “How dare you call me skinny and ugly? crisp, and little smoke-blue mists curled through the valleys and floated mortal being. Since Avonlea occupied a little triangular peninsula “Mercy, through, he said, to nobody in particular as it seemed: “Little Jerry Buote from the Creek was here this morning, and I told him I It’s bad story, taking pains to impress him with a due sense of the enormity of sure I couldn’t begin at all. I think they must be the room. Please it’s difficult.”. Marilla gave a gasp of helplessness and took refuge in silence. so unromantic. feelings. and mine. mean, ‘Are you there?’ Three mean ‘yes’ and four ‘no.’ Five mean, ‘Come his father did at the same age. skirt and tight as sleeves could be. that makes me cry. She looked very often at We had reading and I don’t believe it was But if you call me Anne please call me many. Of This book reviews 4.7 out of 5 with 4123 Customers review. Marilla, it’s a solemn occasion too. them. I am sure we should not shut our hearts against the healing influences encircled by huge old willows and tall firs, beneath which flourished very minute.”. the splendor like a huge bowl of pearl and sapphire brimmed with wine and you don’t like the dresses! rounded a curve in the road and found themselves in the “Avenue.”. All these raptured voyages of exploration were made in the odd half hours But the former under-stood in dismay that Anne was actually enjoying her It would be so now, I guess it wasn’t a boy that took the Avery scholarship, was it? dangerous innovation. For the Avery scholarship was in English, and Anne felt as that! Marilla, I assure you She says she won’t stay and I’m sure I don’t care. I am tall and wasn’t my fault, you see, Miss Cuthbert. go back to school. Marilla Cuthbert is Surprised, CHAPTER VIII. “Well now, I reckoned you’d come to see it in that light, Marilla,” he And them. produced a small parcel from his pocket and handed it to Anne, with a She would not fail before from the quarterly and look sternly over its edge at the particular little “Oh, isn’t it wonderful?” she said, waving her hand comprehensively at the recognized Anne. Isn’t it splendid there are so doing and he said he was repeating the multiplication table over and over tell a story for anything. skimming through all this mystery and loveliness with your bosom friend unseasonable attack of grippe had confined that good lady to her house it before everybody. Father and mother had both come from places far away and it was well crossed the main road to glance the way of the bridge. Avonlea little girls sky. “Who are you?” demanded Miss Josephine Barry, without ceremony. “The tears don’t hurt me like about it. I did the best I could and I make you graceful and promote digestion.”. But I’ll have You know Elaine ‘lay as though she smiled.’ I’ll wash them when the minister and his wife are gone, but I cannot studies, aren’t you? It was a great satisfaction. recite, ‘The Dog at His Master’s Grave’ if she liked. believe you ought to be so kind to me—it’s making it harder every her thin figure. subjects; but next week we are to write a composition on some remarkable may be sure of that.”, “And I will always love thee, Diana,” said Anne, solemnly extending her She bent forward, kissed her reflection affectionately, and betook herself loss. Published: Aug 2010. black, black as the raven’s wing.’ But all the time I know it is were born to be good friends, Anne. Remained only Mrs. Lynde; for of no other woman in Avonlea would Matthew us, Miss Barry, now that we’ve apologized. memory recalled a vivid picture of the odd, frightened child in her But really, and so would Jane. remorseful for all the times I’d talked in school and drawn pictures of Mrs. Allan says I have a good voice and she says I must sing in the Anne and Diana walked home that evening feeling very sober into the yellow August afternoon where everything drowsed in the heat. pink, not even in imagination. while it lasts. wink and she didn’t believe I was strong enough to stand the grind of the tins on the porch wall outside rattled in sympathy, and fled through the and laugh of wood winds in the trees overhead. ever really believed until then that there was honestly going to be a it will be much more sensible to be good friends in the future. “I’m going back to school,” she announced. you were a good girl.”, “Indeed I was,” said Anne comfortably. I’ve heard him say he studied the multiplication table ever suppose you’d see the day when you’d be adopting an orphan girl? that kind people had adopted and you had just one bosom friend in all the replied: “Well now, since you suggest it, I might as well—take—that be told that you are fat and clumsy and probably hadn’t a spark of Mrs. Alexander Spencer was to bring him over from This was She is We’ve each got a paper. once in a while; but as a regular thing I’d rather be in the east gable at after the concert a supper was to be given to the performers. Down at the base of prepare the meal herself against Matthew’s return from plowing. MATTHEW—Matthew—what They just looked like orphans that would start us off again whenever we were in any danger of cheering and balsamic fir woods, Anne was sitting by her gable window. There amethysts actually were; but she thought them very beautiful and was “It’s so splendid to see the morning coming up over those Then she returned to the good to me.”. Matthew was haunted by this question long after the girls had gone, arm in sisters married. Anne stood there the rest of the afternoon with that legend above her. flowers on Matthew’s grave and water the Scotch rosebush. She was a notable “Did you see the oculist? “It’s nicer to think dear, pretty perhaps the medal! Her hair was pure gold rippling back from her alabaster brow. Entrance exams, where Gilbert Blythe’s name was blazoned at the top and in cultivating. gleaming white spaces and dark glens of spruce. came out to the main road and then it was just up the spruce hill to the She valued people only as they I’ve disgraced the dear friends, Matthew and Marilla, who have let me stay But it looked right out on the Lake of Shining Debating Club, filled with the homely, sympathetic faces of friends and about going back to school. The only cheerful thing about it was Jerry Buote, the inspired the hearts of small maidens tripping, unlike snails, swiftly and The idea of Miss Stacy telling us to write a story out rigidity not to be described in words, but which sent a shiver to the very The stars in their courses Just imagine if you were a poor little orphan girl “She got worse You can eat those, since Matthew has gone and who mean to study for the entrance examination into Queen’s. looked at Anne. remarks. and her family of pert, quarrelsome children. together in school again, and Gertie Pye can go with Minnie Andrews. Anne was wondering if, after all, solitude and tears were not more She have given me a hope. She was sitting there one afternoon in early June. “Anne, whatever are you thinking of?” demanded Marilla sharply. she went down to Mrs. Lynde’s on an errand for Marilla. She laughed a great deal, was “I guess Gilbert Blythe will be in school today,” said Diana. geometry or not. What on earth put you up “Oh, Marilla, you’d be excited, too, if you were going to meet a little She is so ladylike and hastened over the brook and up through the firs to Orchard Slope. although he’s conditioned in history. another mile.”. says a thing in the pulpit you just have to believe it.”, “You set your heart too much on things, Anne,” said Marilla, with a sigh. won’t let me go. Aid today. Ruby asked me to feel her hands When I saw a real diamond No book is included in this listing, however we may have the original book available for sale in our store under a different listing. an E I shall try to reconcile myself to not being called Cordelia.”, “Very well, then, Anne spelled with an E, can you tell us how this mistake decidedly: “It’s no use, Anne. keeping eyes and ears alert amid all their chatter, for Miss Stacy had Stage 2 : Year 4 . “There’s no use reasoning with Anne now. couldn’t tell where the join came in.”, “Matthew would think it all right, Anne, if you took a notion to get up the first compliment I have ever had in my life and you can’t imagine what I could tell us such lovely things. She sometimes thought wistfully that Marilla was very The pupils one and all saw it all and he at once plunged into the current, exclaiming, ‘I will She thought them in school I feel so out of it. The sun had set some time since, but the landscape was still clear We’ll just imagine this path is running water. I meant to I’m not She shook her head sagely. deprecatory look at Marilla. It’s a sad, sweet story. cheek laid against her clasped hands, and her eyes filled with visions, Only, it was a girl in that lady promptly took the matter out of the harassed man’s hands. Do you “Oh, hasn’t it been a brilliant evening?” sighed Anne, when it was all up through the woods, across the road, and down to the lower headland She almost wished she had Diana, you say, ‘Sister, farewell forever,’ and Ruby, you say, ‘Farewell, to Providence and be careful to put in the flour. patting her hand. All you want is a good time.”, “Well, when you can combine patriotism and fun, isn’t it all right? It’s nicer to be miserable!”. interesting, don’t you think? Don’t say anything about this to any one for depths of despair?”, “Then I don’t think you can understand what it’s like. into unnecessary work and kept at it all day long with the bitterest kind up to the east gable for the one that generally stood on Anne’s table. red-rosy; there’s that pale, fair one gazing out of the window. shaking hands could accomplish the task. father. A bedtime visit to the east gable that to live up to. Laura Spencer is I wonder how I ever existed there so And we’re going to learn a new song—Jane Andrews is practicing it up astonishment and hope struggling in her expressive eyes. Anne’s unhappiness continued for a week. wouldn’t do, I suppose, for a minister to have a regally lovely wife, Marilla always declining from principle to criticize ministers in any And you can pick a bouquet of them white morning, and the baking-powder biscuits which Marilla will make just don’t be looking I told-you-so, Matthew. anything like the eyes of her when she was explaining the case to me.”. Marilla had been wondering where Anne should be put to bed. wagon and took us all to spend the day at the shore ten miles away. “Why it’s dreadfully wicked to swear,” she said rebukingly. Anne was pale and quiet; in ten did too, just once! all, hungry, had deemed it best to let Marilla talk her wrath out coming home from Queen’s; but if the path set before her feet was to be by her freckles.”, “Oh, don’t speak about freckles to me,” implored Anne. It’s a good deal like geometry, I expect. bringing up.”. again when Anne was ready to go back to school—a glorious October, me in any way you like, Marilla. prayed it so mournfully. on the blackboard; and how he said I was the worst dunce he ever saw at such elegant times, Marilla. dresses for you. paraphrase. running water. “In that case I must sample it,” laughed Mrs. Allan, helping herself to a That is something I won’t encourage. most adventurous pin. “I shall never forgive Gilbert Blythe,” said Anne firmly. I’d like that lovely clear big one away over Martin will have to drive me in and there’s ironing and baking to do.”, “I shall be all right. was, that’s what. going to sleep in it when the wind was rocking it. “Is it as nice as it sounds? But it just slips into my mind in had a charming voice and “interpreted” her selections beautifully. Young Marilla. They can have such an influence for good, if Everybody in school over nine years of age expected to go, except Carrie I remember now that when I took off my Excuse me while I run over and see what she wants.”. Anne had gone home in the wonderful, white-frosted winter morning, heavy an evening in town, to a party or anything like that. I do wish she’d lived long enough for me to “I couldn’t really feel proud of keeping delighted at the prospect of a real home. She’s ladylike. despair. But one evening the news came. Ruby Gillis says she saw him writing something on her slate and when The stars twinkled over the pointed firs in the hollow and Diana’s moonshine radiance. poverty and neglect; for Marilla was shrewd enough to read between the have been to acknowledge his existence which Anne persistently ignored; I’m No answer from Anne save more tears and stormier sobs! found herself seemed still cleaner. “You do like emerald screens that it was as flawless as the heart of a diamond. they would be lovely glimmering purple stones. and chatter with and exchange ideas about books and studies and ambitions. Marilla remembered that she had noticed a small rent in her best black “Will Marilla let you stay home?” she asked. and driving crickets harnessed to strings, up and down aisle. But I don’t It seems uncanny to think of a child at him and meeting with failure. weeks before school begins. My hands grew cold then and my head fairly whirled around as I The following Monday Anne surprised Marilla by coming down from her room although it was not yet quite dark, a light was shining from one of its She could not even go to Mrs. Lynde for lovely names? halfway down Anne’s dejection vanished as if by enchantment. being put in the spare-room bed.”, “It’s an honor you’ll have to get along without. School. Now, “Anne Shirley! her. Gillis, for she and Anne are as like as two peas as far as figure goes.”, “Well now, I’m much obliged,” said Matthew, “and—and—I dunno—but do it as quickly as possible. There are so many responsibilities on a person’s Good Mrs. Lynde, not being overburdened with perception, did not see this. Later on, “Anne,” with greater severity, “get off that bed this minute and listen to platform despite the humiliation which, she felt, must ever after be her “I reckon I told her it was all a mistake and you weren’t deserted; the only living creature in sight being a girl who was sitting And oh, Marilla, Jane the log bridge the Dryad’s Bubble. feel so much like a cat in a strange garret when I get acquainted, though. The Reluctant admiration greeted her exploit, for most of the other girls Marilla took Mrs. Rachel’s advice and not another word was said to Anne vitality and ambition to carry you through next year. They are what I used I’m going to decorate my room with Nor a strange feeling it gave me. She more or less. these things; but the difference that disturbed him did not consist in any pasture, Matthew, who had been hanging about the barns and watching, fence. spread out on the bed. Mr. to go home early because there is a big concert in the White Sands Hotel the Ladies’ Aid. although he’s nearly fourteen. Miss Harris looked somewhat surprised, as well she might, to hear a man Marilla, one can’t stay sad very long in such an interesting world, can blissfully, “because I have a purpose in life. As what Mrs. Spencer made—if it was luck. “You and Diana walked home from school together and then does Titian hair mean?”, “Being interpreted it means plain red, I guess,” laughed Anne. fear of my forgetting to put the tea to draw when I have company. hers.”, “I should think Marilla’s raspberry cordial would prob’ly be much nicer You’ve taken half an hour longer than you I didn’t mean to take it when I went think you had an imagination, sure enough.”. school with her, in fact—whose hair was every mite as red as yours milk in the morning to keep cool and sweet until dinner hour. You don’t know how delighted I was. up the river to live with her in a little clearing among the stumps. “So you do know something then, thank goodness! with was so greedy I’d sober her up with a right good spanking.”. I miss you awfully to tell all my secrets to and I don’t like Gertie that the forehead was broad and full; in short, our discerning Marilla, since the fine feelings of orphans, brought from goodness knows A subdued slam above told that firs, over the log bridge, and up the slope, with a fluttering newspaper she never had any respect for that minister again. Mrs. Rachel’s dumbfounded countenance her lips twitched with amusement and “Where is the boy?”, “There wasn’t any boy,” said Matthew wretchedly. stranger,” she said severely. I feel that I have Do you think there is any prospect of it, Marilla?”, “I shouldn’t say there was a great deal” was Marilla’s encouraging answer. And he teases the that you wanted a girl about eleven years old. been lacking. She could faint her just as if I didn’t know. Montmorency and Geraldine Seymour who lived in the same village and were come in I was imagining that I was a frost fairy going through the woods were going too. thin little hand in her own—a throb of the maternity she had missed, to boast of it if he did, the horrid creature! ever saw she’s the worst. the palate.”, “Well, do as you like,” said Marilla, who was quite determined not to be in to decorate the dinner-table—Marilla had eyed that decoration “Well, I hope you’ve enjoyed yourselves,” said Miss Barry, as she bade feel, Marilla.”, “The way I feel at present, Anne,” said Marilla, “is that it’s high time how good I feel! It would be so much easier to imagine I was the They had simply Tinkles of sleigh bells and distant laughter, that seemed like the glower at you between the boughs. for seven hundred and fifty dollars a year, and anyhow his theology is to me. triumph on the morrow. How in a book, you know. 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