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Chapter 19 - (VERSO)

she scolded. She said I was the worst-behaved girl she ever saw (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)O11(end superscript) She says she won’t stay and I’m sure I don’t care. But father and mother do.

“Why didn’t you tell them it was my fault?” demanded Anne.

“It’s likely I’d do such a thing, isn’t it?” said Diana, “I’m no with just scorn. “I’m no tell-tale, Anne Shirley, and anyhow I was just as much to blame as you.”

“Well, I’m going in to tell her myself,” said Anne resolutely.

Diana stared. “Anne Shirley, you’d never! Why—she’ll eat you alive!”

“Don’t frighten me any more than I am frightened,” implored Anne. “I’d rather walk up to a cannon’s mouth. But I’ve got to do it, Diana. It was my fault and I’ve got to confess.” P11


LMM Notes

LMM Note O11
and that my parents ought to be ashamed of the way they had brought me up.

LMM Note P11
I've had practice in confessing fortunately."


"she": Montgomery repeated this word on both pages. She could have been writing quickly, or she might have recopied the page.