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Chapter 29

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Anne was dressed by the time Matthew had the fire on and had the breakfast ready when Marilla came down, (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)but for her own part was much too excited to eat.(end superscript) After brak breakfast the jaunty new cap and jacket were donned, and Anne hastened over the brook and up through the firs to Orchard Slope. Mr. Barry and Diana were waiting for her and they were soon on the road.

It was a long drive but Anne and Diana enjoyed every minute of it. It was delightful to rattle along over the moist roads in the early red sunlight that was creeping across the shorn harvest fields. (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)Q16(end superscript) Sometimes the road went through woods where maples were beginning to hang out scarlet banners; sometimes it crossed rivers on bridges that made


LMM Notes

LMM Note Q16
The air was fresh and crisp, and little smoke-blue mists (begin strikethrough)curled(end strikethrough) curled through the valleys and floated off from the hills.