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Chapter 33

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But that good soul said heartily,

“I just guess she has done well and far be it from me to be backward in saying it. You’re a credit to your friends, Anne, that’s what and we’re all proud of you.”

Chapter 32 [33]
The Hotel Concert

“Put on your white organdy by all means, Anne,” advised Diana decidedly.

“They were together in the east gable chamber; outside it was only twilight – a lovely yellowish-green twilight with a clear blue cloudless sky. A big round moon(begin subscript) ^(end subscript)(begin superscript)C18 (end superscript)hung over the Haunted Wood; the air was full of sweet summer sounds – sleepy birds twittering, freakish breezes, far-away voices and laughter. But in Anne’s room the blind was drawn and the lamp lighted


LMM Notes

LMM Note B18
That night Anne, who had wound up a delightful evening by a serious little talk with Mrs. Allan at the manse, knelt sweetly by her open window in a great sheen of moonshine and murmured a prayer of gratitude and aspiration that came straight from her heart. There was in it thankfulness for the past and reverent petition for the future; and when she slept on her white pillow her dreams were as fair and bright and beautiful as maidenhood might desire.


"Chapter 32": Montgomery mistakes the chapter number, which should be 33. She numbers the next chapter correctly.


"organdy": A very fine, soft cotton weave that is almost translucent, but crisp. A fabric for summer.