rigidly on a chair beside it, her face swollen and tearstained,
“This is and her eyes stubbornly fixed on the floor.(begin strikethrough)”(end strikethrough)
“This is a nice way for you to behave, Anne. Aren’t you ashamed of yourself?”
“She hadn’t any right to call me ugly and red-headed,” retorted Anne, evasive and defiant.
“You hadn’t any right to fly into such a fury and talk the way you did to her, Anne. I was ashamed of you.,
I wanted thoroughly ashamed of you. I wanted you to behave nicely to Mrs. Lynde and instead of that you have disgraced me. I’m sure I don’t know why you should lose your temper like that just because Mrs Lynde said
"This is a nice way for you to behave, Anne.": Another illustration of Anne's anger, this one from the 1969 Ryerson edition.