Chapter 37 - (VERSO)
gone; and people are nice enough to tell me my hair is auburn now—all but Josie Pye. She informed me yesterday that she really thought it was redder than ever,
and she or at least my black dress made it look redder, and she asked me if people who had red hair ever got used to having it.(begin strikethrough)”(end strikethrough) Note J19
“Josie is a Pye,” said Marilla sharply, “so she can’t help being disagreeable. I suppose people of that kind serve some useful purpose in society but I must say I don’t know what it is any more than I know the use of thistles. Is Josie going to teach?”
“No, she is going back to Queen’s next year. So are Moody Spurgeon
LMM Note J19
Marilla, I've almost decided to give up trying to like Josie Pye. I've made what I would once have called a heroic effort to like her, but Josie Pye won't be liked."
"Note J19": Montgomery, for the first time in many chapters, labels this note as a "Note."