Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

If not entirely forgiving Mr. Phillips for the time he spelled her name with an 'e' on the blackboard and having called her a dunce at geometry, Anne cried with all the girls at his departure. His departure is alleviated by the arrival of a new minister and his wife. Anne pronounces the new minister's wife, Mrs. Allan, "perfectly lovely" and praises her for encouraging Anne to ask any question she likes. In Mrs. Allan, the enchanted Anne has found yet another kindred spirit. So affected by the bright young minister's wife is Anne that she warms greatly to the notion of being a Christian, if only she could be one like Mrs. Allan. Marilla proposes to have the new minister and his wife for tea, consenting to let Anne make a layered cake for the occasion. Rising at sunrise out of excitement...

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