Anne of Avonlea - Chapter 24 - 25: A Prophet in His Own Country, An Avonlea Scandal Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 - 25: A Prophet in His Own Country, An Avonlea Scandal Summary

Gilbert and Anne write an anonymous set of "Avonlea Notes" for a Charlottetown newspaper called "Daily Enterprise". Nobody suspects they are the pranksters behind the notes, as they include a snide comment about Gilbert himself. One note gently mocks a local character named Uncle Abe, renowned for making weather predictions that are always exactly the opposite of what actually happens. The note claims Uncle Abe has predicted a terrible storm for the evening of May 23 that will affect the entire island. Uncle Abe is offended by the note, for though he did predict a bad storm, he never assigned a date, and believes himself mocked. The spring weather is lovely, inspiring Anne's poetic enthusiasm. But on the afternoon of May 23, the sky very...

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