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Chapter 12


enough to tell you to take them off till it was too late. She says people talked about it something dreadful. Of course they would think I had no better sense than to let you go decked out like that.”

“Oh, I’m so sorry,” said Anne, (begin strikethrough)”I(end strikethrough) never tears welling into her eyes. “I never thought you’d mind. The roses and buttercups were so sweet and pretty I thought they’d look lovely on my hat
I’m afraid I’m going to be a dreadful trial to you. Maybe you’d better send me back to the asylum. That would be terrible; most likely I don’t think I could endure it;


LMM Notes

LMM Note J6
Lots of the little girls had artificial flowers on their hats[.]