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Chapter 29 - (VERSO)

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dreamed of such things, Diana. But do you know I don’t believe I feel very comfortable with them after all. There are so many things in this room and all so splendid that there is no scope for imagination. That is one consolation when you are poor—there are so many more things you can imagine about.”

Their sojourn in town was something Anne and Diana never forgot. dated from for years. From first to last it was crowded with delights.

On Wednesday Miss Barry took them to the Exhibition grounds and kept them there all day.

“It was splendid,” Anne related to Marilla further on. “I never imagined anything so interesting. I don’t really know which depart


A large ornate building with multiple dormers, a turret, and four flags; horses and wagons are in front

"the Exhibition grounds": The Exhibition Building in Charlottetown, 1894.
Public Archives and Records Office of Prince Edward Island, Acc3218/84