Anne of Avonlea - Chapter 21 - 23: Sweet Miss Lavendar, Odds and Ends, Miss Lavendar's Romance Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 - 23: Sweet Miss Lavendar, Odds and Ends, Miss Lavendar's Romance Summary

School starts again with Davy and Dora as students, and Davy adjusts to sitting still better than everyone expected. Anne and Diana take a wrong turn while traversing a supposed shortcut to a friend's house for tea, instead stumbling into a lovely secluded cottage called Echo Lodge owned by Miss Lavendar Lewis. Diana rouses Anne's curiosity about Miss Lavendar when she mentions Lavendar was once engaged to Paul Irving's father, Stephen, before they quarreled and Stephen moved to Boston. Miss Lavendar is now considered an "old maid," though she has a youthful appearance and attitude. Upon meeting Anne and Diana for the first time, Miss Lavendar immediately invites them to tea, which she has already prepared on the off-chance she would have unexpected...

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