Anne of Avonlea - Chapter 19 - 20: Just a Happy Day, The Way It Often Happens Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19 - 20: Just a Happy Day, The Way It Often Happens Summary

Anne visits Paul at his grandmother's home near the shore. Paul is glad to see her, as his grandmother is away and he is lonely. Paul shares some of his fanciful thoughts with Anne about fairies and the nature of the moon. Mrs. Irving's housekeeper, Mary Jo, believes Paul's crazy, but Anne's kindred soul understands him and assures him his imaginative creations will lead him to a life of poetry. Paul shows Anne a picture of his mother that his father sent him as a birthday gift. He worries a little that his father will remarry and try to replace his revered mother. When they return home, Davy refuses to say his prayers, believing there is no point in trying to behave well...

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