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Chapter 10


night. I was mad clear through and I stayed mad all night. M5 But this morning it was all over. I wasn’t in a temper any more (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)—and it left a dreadful sort of goneness, too. (end superscript)I felt so ashamed of myself. But I just couldn’t think of going and telling Mrs. Lynde so. It would be so humiliating. I made up my mind I’d stay shut up here forever rather than do that. But still—I’d do anything for you—if you really want me to—”

“Well now, of course I do. It’s terrible lonesome downstairs without you. Just go and smooth it over, —that’s a good girl.”

“Very well,” said Anne resignedly. “I’ll tell Marilla as soon as she comes in that I’ve repented.”


LMM Notes

LMM Note M5
I know I did because I woke up three times and I was just furious every time[.]