Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

As soon as providence and her doctor would allow, Mrs. Rachel Lynde hurried herself to Green Gables full of curiosity about the new orphan girl. A fortnight having passed since the girl's arrival, Anne had since explored every corner of the orchard, the brook and bridge. Anne was in the raptures of doing so when Mrs. Lynde arrived, having lately recovered from the grippe. Marilla reveals more of herself than she intends in telling Mrs. Lynde that she and Matthew have taken a fancy to the girl, who she finds to be a bright little thing. Anne, her windblown red hair a fright and dressed in the short wincey dress provided by the asylum, darts into the room alighted by the pleasures of the afternoon only to be called up short by the presence of a stranger. Mrs. Lynde finds the redheaded girl...

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