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Chapter 34 - (VERSO)

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green (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)still(end superscript) outdoors, of sweet peas growing in the garden, and moonlight falling on the orchard (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)O18(end superscript) and the light from Diana’s window shining out through a gap in the trees. Here there was nothing of this. Anne knew that outside of her window was a hard street, with a network of telephone wires shutting out the sky, (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)the tramp of alien feet, (end superscript)and a thousand lights gleaming on stranger faces. She knew that she was going to cry, and fought against it.

“I won’t cry. It’s silly—and weak—there’s the third tear splashing down by my nose. There are more coming. I must think of something funny to stop them. But there’s nothing funny except what belongs to is connected with Avonlea and that


LMM Notes

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of the brook below the slope and the spruce boughs tossing in the night wind beyond it, of a vast starry sky.