Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

Anne slowly tells Marilla how she was drawn to the glimmering purple stones in answer to Marilla's worried queries about her amethyst brooch. After a thorough search, Marilla is convinced that Anne has taken the brooch out to play with and misplaced it, despite Anne's insistence that she only pinned it on her breast and then put it back. Certain that Anne is telling falsehoods, Marilla confines the girl to her room until she is ready to confess. Stricken by the thought of missing the Sunday school picnic, Anne confesses the next morning. Having pinned it to her breast, says Anne, and overcome by an irresistible temptation, she wished to take the brooch to Idlewild to imagine herself as Lady Cordelia Fitzgerald, but it slipped from her fingers at the bridge over the Lake of Shining Waters, and sank all purply-sparkling. Feeling a...

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