Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

The next evening while Marilla brings the cows in from the back pasture Matthew creeps up the stairs to the east gable. Mustering all his courage, Matthew enters the little girl's room where Anne is still being confined for her fitful tantrum. Matthew, whispering lest he be discovered by Marilla, implores Anne to smooth things over. Anne, willing to do anything for the softhearted Matthew, agrees. Marilla walks down the lane to Mrs. Lynde's house with a dejected Anne at her side. Lifting her head, her mood elevated and looking "rapt and radiant," Anne says only that she is thinking on what she should say to Mrs. Lynde. Arriving at Mrs. Lynde's, the penitent Anne drops to her feet and confesses her wickedness with outstretched hands, begging Mrs. Lynde to forgive a poor orphan girl such as herself. Heartened by the girl's performance...

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