Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

Marilla sends Anne off to her first day of school with many misgivings about how the odd little girl is going to get on with other children. Much to Anne's pleasure, she is seated next to Diana. Ruby Gillis gave her an apple, Sophia Sloane lent her a pink card, Tillie Boutler let her wear a bead ring, and Sara Gillis told Prissy Andrews that she had a pretty nose. Even if the master, Mr. Phillips, did mock her spelling, and she was only in the fourth book (other students being in the fifth), it was a splendid day. Three weeks pass without incident, but then Gilbert Blythe, who Anne thinks is handsome but bold for winking at her, returns from visiting with his cousins. When Gilbert, not used to having to put himself out to get a girl to look at him...

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