Anne of Avonlea - Chapter 13 - 15: A Golden Picnic, A Danger Averted, The Beginning of Vacation Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 - 15: A Golden Picnic, A Danger Averted, The Beginning of Vacation Summary

Anne, whose birthday is in March, invites Diana, Priscilla, and Jane on a picnic on a beautiful late spring Saturday that she is adopting for her birthday. The girls frolic through the woods, discovering lovely nooks they've never noticed, naming the natural features they stumble upon, and dancing like wood nymphs. They wander into the remains of a flower garden, and Diana recognizes it as once belonging to a woman named Hester Gray. She shares a romantic tale with her friends about Hester's history: a local man named Jordan Gray met Hester in Boston, and she agreed to marry him if he promised to take her away from city life. He brought her back to Avonlea and built her a secluded...

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