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A5 But Anne continued to face Mrs. Rachel undauntedly, head up, eyes blazing, hands clenched, passionate indignation exhaling from her like an atmosphere.

B5 slammed it until the tins on the porch wall outside rattled in sympathy, and fled through the hall and

C5. And you were too hard on her, Rachel.”

Marilla could not help tacking on that last sentence although she was again surprised at herself for doing it.

D5 But if you’ll take my advice—which I suppose you won’t do although I’ve brought up ten children and buried two—you’ll do that ‘talking to’ you mention with a fair-sized birch switch. I should think