Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

At an afternoon meeting at the Aid Society on her agenda, Marilla proposes that Anne invite Diana for tea. Refusing Anne the rosebud spray tea-set and use of the parlor, Marilla offers Anne the half-full bottle of raspberry cordial. Diana, dressed in her second best dress, shows up at Anne's door just as Marilla is off to Carmody, shaking hands with Anne. After exchanging pleasantries and retreating to the orchard for Red Sweetings and gossip, Anne searches for the raspberry cordial in the pantry. Anne, having had her fill of Red Sweetings, pours a tumbler of the cordial for Diana, who drinks three generous cupfuls. Putting her hand to her head, Diana declares that she must go home because she is feeling awfully sick. That following Sunday Anne learns from Mrs. Lynde that Mrs. Barry blames Anne for getting Diana drunk. Mrs. Barry...

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