Anne of Avonlea - Chapter 16 - 18: The Substance of Things Hoped For, A Chapter of Accidents, An Adventure of the Tory Road Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 - 18: The Substance of Things Hoped For, A Chapter of Accidents, An Adventure of the Tory Road Summary

Anne excitedly tells Marilla that Priscilla Grant will be bringing her famous novelist aunt, Mrs. Morgan, to dine at Green Gables. Anne is beside herself with glee, much admiring the work of Mrs. Morgan. She plans a simple but elegant menu, invites some friends, and cleans the house from top to bottom. She wishes to emulate the dignity of Mrs. Morgan's heroines, and hopes she will not find herself in one of the clumsy messes she so often gets herself into. She gently bribes Davy with a beach picnic in order to gain his promise to be on his best behavior.

Anne and Diana arise early on the day...

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