“Oh, please, Miss Cuthbert-, won’t you tell me if you are going to send me away or not? I’ve tried to be
part patient all the morning but I really feel that I cannot bear not knowing any longer.(begin strikethrough)”(end strikethrough) E4
“You haven’t scalded the dish-cloth in clean hot water as I told you to do,” said Marilla, immovably. “Just go and do it before you ask any more questions, Anne.”
Anne went and attended to the dish-cloth. Then she returned to Marilla and fastened imploring eyes on the latter’s face.
“Well,” said Marilla, (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)F4(end superscript) “I suppose I might as well tell you. Matthew and I have decided to keep you—that is, if you will try to be a good little girl and show yourself
LMM Note D4
Her thin little body trembled from head to foot; her face flushed and her eyes dilated until they were almost black; she clasped her hands tightly and said in an imploring voice,
[Montgomery's Notes in this chapter range from D4-S4,Notes pages 23-22; that 22 should really be numbered "27."]
LMM Note E4
It's a dreadful feeling. Please tell me."
LMM Note F4
unable to find any excuse for deferring her explanation longer,