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Chapter 30 - (VERSO)

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here, but nobody knows what is going to happen in this uncertain world and it’s just as well to be prepared. So you can join the Queen’s class if you like, Anne.”

“Oh, Marilla, thank you.” Anne flung her arms about Marilla’s waist and looked up earnestly into her face. “I’m so (begin superscript)extremely(end superscript) grateful to you and Matthew. And I’ll study as hard as I can and do my very best to be a credit to you. I warn you not to expect ver mu much in geometry but I think I can hold my own in anything else if I work hard.”

“I daresay you’ll get along well enough. Miss Stacy says you are bright and diligent.” (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)G17(end superscript) “You needn’t rush to any extreme of killing yourself over your books. There is no hurry.


LMM Notes

LMM Note G17
Not for worlds would Marilla have told Anne just what Miss Stacy had said about her; that would have been to pamper vanity.