Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19 Summary

Anne and Diana arrange to signal each other from their bedroom windows with flashes of a candle. Five flashes show in the window, meaning "Hurry over - I have an important message." Anne runs out the door. She returns with the important news that Diana has invited her to a school concert and a sleepover at the Barrys, with the rare honor of sleeping in the spare room. Having her doubts but swaying to Matthew's wishes, Marilla consents. The night "a series of 'thrills'" for Anne, from the tinkle of the sleigh-bells to the evening recitations (save that of Gilbert Blythe), the two girls return to the Barry home sated by the evening's events. Girlishly racing through the parlor, bounding onto the bed in the spare room they are met by a gasp and a cry. Escaping up the stairs, Diana explains that...

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