Anne of Avonlea - Chapter 26 - 27: Around the Bend, An Afternoon at the Stone House Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 26 - 27: Around the Bend, An Afternoon at the Stone House Summary

After Mr. Lynde finally succumbs to his illness and dies, Marilla starts thinking about Anne's future. Knowing that Gilbert is already set to go away to college in the fall, Marilla does not want Anne to sacrifice her dreams of education and formulates a plan: she intends to ask Mrs. Lynde to move into Green Gables so that she does not have to leave Avonlea. With Mrs. Lynde's help raising the twins and paying household expenses, Anne would be free to follow her ambitions. Anne wonders if that living arrangement might drive Marilla mad, but Marilla assures her she would rather have Mrs. Lynde at Green Gables than lose her for good. Shocked, Anne digs out her old dreams. Though she has come...

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