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Chapter 9


by saying so.! I hope I hurt them. You have hurt mine worse than they were ever hurt before (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)even by Mrs. Thomas’ intoxicated husband.(end superscript) And I’ll never forgive you for it, never, never!”

Stamp! Stamp!

“Did anybody ever see such a temper!” exclaimed (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)the horrified(end superscript) Mrs. Rachel.

“Anne, go to your room and stay there until I come up,” said Marilla, recovering her powers of speech with difficulty.

Anne, bursting into tears, rushed to the hall door, (begin subscript)^(end subscript)(begin superscript)B5(end superscript) and fled through the hall and up the stairs like a whirlwind. A subdued slam above told that the door of the east gable had been shut with equal vehemence.


LMM Notes

LMM Note B5
slammed it until the tins on the porch wall outside rattled in sympathy (begin strikethrough), and fled through the hall and(end strikethrough)


a pencil sketch of Anne stamping her feed in front of Marilla and Mrs. Lynde

"Stamp! Stamp!": In 1925, Montgomery's publisher L.C. Page tasked a new illustrator, Elizabeth Withington, with "updating" the original illustrations by the Clauses. Withington illustrated the same scenes, with the same captions, and only updated details of clothing and background.