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Chapter 10


to hear a plaintive voice calling ove “Marilla” over the banisters.

“Well,” she said, going into the hall.

“I’m sorry I lost my temper and I’m willing said rude things and I’m willing to go and tell Mrs. Lynde so.”

“Very well (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)N5(end superscript) I’ll take you down after milking.”

Accordingly, after milking, behold Marilla and Anne walking down the lane, the former erect and triumphant, the latter drooping and dejected. But half-way down Anne’s dejection vanished as if by enchantment. She lifted her head and stepped lightly along, (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)O5(end superscript) an air of subdued exhilaration


LMM Notes

LMM Note N5
Marilla's crispness gave no sign of her relief. She had been wondering what under the canopy she should do if Anne did not give in.

LMM Note O5
her eyes fixed on the sunset sky and