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Chapter 10


who was sitting knitting by her kitchen window[.] Then the radiance vanished. Before a Mournful penitence appeared on every feature. Before a word was spoken Anne suddenly went down on her knees before the astonished Mrs Rachel and held out her hands beseechingly.

“Oh, Mrs. Lynde, I’m so extremely sorry,” she said (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)with a quiver of her voice. (end superscript)”I could never express all my sorrow, if I no, not if I used up a whole dictionary. You must just imagine it. I behaved terribly to you. (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)P5(end superscript) I’m a dreadfully wicked and ungrateful girl and I deserve to be punished by and cast out by respectable people forever. It was very wicked of me to fly into


LMM Notes

LMM Note P5
—and I've disgraced the dear friends, Matthew and Marilla, who have let me stay at Green Gables although I'm not a boy.