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Chapter 32 - (VERSO)

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I passed in it or not and I have a (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)creepy, crawly(end superscript) presentiment that I didn’t. Oh, how good it is to be back! Green Gables is the dearest loveliest spot in the world.”

“How did the others do?”

“The girls say they know they didn’t pass but I think they did pretty well. (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)Z17(end superscript) Moody Spurgeon still thinks he failed in history and Charlie says he failed in algebra. But we don’t really know anything about it and won’t until the pass list is out. That won’t be for a fortnight. Fancy living a fortnight in such suspense! I wish I could go to sleep and never wake up until it is over.”

Diana knew it would be no use useless to ask how Gilbert Blythe had fared, so she merely said,

“Oh, you’ll pass all right. Don’t worry.”


LMM Notes

LMM Note Z17
Josie says the geometry was so easy a child of ten could do it!