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46                      Notes

G8. Anne thought those walks to and from school with Diana couldn’t be improved upon even by imagination. Going around by the main road would have been so unromantic: but to go by Lover’s Lane and Willowmere and Violet’s Vale and the Birch Path was romantic, if ever anything was.

H8. So romantic! We can imagine the lovers into it, you know. I like that lane because you can think out loud there without people calling you crazy.”

I8 : — “maples are such sociable trees,” said Anne, “They’re always rustling and whispering to you”—

J8 Where the light came down sifted through so many emerald screens that it was as flawless