Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary

Anne and Diana celebrate the arrival of spring, making wreaths of Mayflowers for their hats. Green Gables is in full bloom, and Anne sits in her east gable room enraptured by the cherry blossoms, unable to study in the evening light. Marilla enters to deliver the girl her school aprons when she is stricken with one of her headaches. Anne aches for Marilla, who tells Anne what a help she has become, despite her many distractions. Anne reminds Marilla that it was one year ago that she came to Green Gables, asking her if she was sorry for it: "No, I can't say I'm sorry," said Marilla, who sometimes wondered how she could have lived before Anne came to Green GablesÂ…." Marilla wishes to send Anne to Diana's to borrow an apron pattern, but Anne refuses on account of The Haunted Wood, much...

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