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Chapter 6


parlour where a deadly chill struck on them as if the air had been strained so long through dark green, closely-drawn blinds that it had lost every particle of warmth it had ever possessed. “That is real lucky for we can settle the matter right away. Take the arm-chair, Miss Cuthbert. Anne, you sit here on the ottoman and don’t wriggle. Let me take your hats[.] (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)Q3(end superscript) Good afternoon, Mrs. Blewett. We were just saying how fortunate it was you happened along. Let me introduce you two ladies. Mrs. Blewett, Miss Cuthbert.”
Anne, stared sitting mutely on the ottoman, stared with her hands clasped tightly in her lap, stared at Mrs Blewett like one fascinated. Was she to be given into the keeping of this sharp-faced, sharp-eyed


LMM Notes

LMM Note Q3
Flora Jane, go out and put the kettle on

LMM Note R3
Please excuse me for just a moment. I forgot to tell Flora Jane to take the buns out of the oven."

Mrs. Spencer whisked away after pulling up the blinds.