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Chapter 30

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that chance of the Lake of Shining Waters again she would answer very differently. All at once, as it seemed, and to her secret dismay, she found that the old resentment she had cherished against him was gone. (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)K17 (end superscript) It was in vain that she recalled every incident and emotion of that memorable occasion and tried to feel the old satisfying anger. That day by the pond had witnessed its last spasmodic flicker. Anne realized that she had forgotten and forgiven and forgotten without knowing it. But it was too late.

And at least neither Gilbert nor anybody else, not even Diana, should ever suspect how sorry


LMM Notes

LMM Note K17
—gone just when she most needed its sustaining power.

[Montgomery accidentally skipped J17 in her numbering of Notes.]