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Chapter 15 - (VERSO)

It was bad enough to be singled out for punishment from among a dozen equally guilty ones; it was worse still to be sent to sit with a boy; but that that boy should be Gilbert Blythe was heaping insult on injury to a degree utterly unbearable. Anne felt that she could not bear it and it would be of no use to try. D8

At first the other scholars looked and g whispered and giggled (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)and nudged.(end superscript) But as Anne never lifted her head they soon and as Gilbert worked fractions as if his whole soul was absorbed in them (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)and them only,(end superscript) they soon returned to their own tasks and Anne was forgotten. When Mr. Phillips called


LMM Notes

LMM Note D8
Her whole being seethed with shame and (begin strikethrough)humiliation(end strikethrough) anger and humiliation[.]