Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary

With material purchased from a peddler, bought at a bargain store and an ugly blue print from a store in Carmody, Anne's new dresses were serviceable though achingly plain and out of fashion. Responding to Anne's protests about the handmade clothes, Marilla sniffs: "I don't believe in pampering vanity, Anne." It is Anne's fondest wish to have just one dress with puffed sleeves. The next morning Anne, in her black and white stiff sateen dress, having adorned her plain sailor hat with buttercups and wild roses, sets out to Sunday school. Marilla quizzes Anne on her first day of Sunday school, which Anne found to be a rather dull experience: Mr. Bell's prayers were long and absent of feeling, Anne felt, Miss Rogerson asked far too many questions while not answering any of her own, and the minister just plum lacked imagination. Marilla...

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