Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

Receiving a letter posted to Miss Anne Shirley, Anne is invited to tea by Mrs. Allan. Marilla, worried about Anne's tendency to take life's ups and downs with "trebled excitement," urges Anne to take things calmly. Marilla further counsels Anne, anxious over the tea, to worry less about herself and just think of what might be nicest for Mrs. Allan. The tea being a great success, "without any serious breach of 'etiquette,'" Anne finds herself thoroughly infatuated with Mrs. Allan and her good nature. The prospect of a new teacher in two weeks, Miss Muriel Stacy, further thrills her.

Chapter 22 Analysis

Anne, orphaned as a baby, is devoted to Marilla. However, she is equally drawn to young Mrs. Allan, declaring her as "naturally good," so desirous of her affection and encouragement she will sing in the Sunday-school choir. Mindful of Anne's growing...

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