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Chapter 34

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or suggested. More – one evening she went up to the east gable with her arms full of a delicate pale green material.

“Anne, here’s something for a nice light dress for you. I don’t suppose you really need it; but I thought you’ve plenty of pretty waists; but I thought maybe you’d like something real dressy to wear if you were asked out anywhere of an evening in town (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)to a party or anything like that.(end superscript) I hear that Jaene Jane and Ruby and Josie have got ‘evening dresses’ as they call them and I don’t mean you shall be behind them.” L18

“Oh, Marilla, it’s just lovely,” said Anne. “Thank you so much. I don’t believe you ought to be so kind to me—it’s making it harder every day for me to go


LMM Notes

LMM Note L18
I got Mrs. Allan to help me pick it in town last week and we'll get Emily Gillis to make it for you. Emily has got taste and her fits aren't to be equalled.

[Notes for this chapter range from L18–Q18;Notes pages: 129-130.]