Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 24 Summary

Returning to school in the fall, Anne develops a sure and fast fondness for the new school mistress, Miss Stacy, who she is quite sure pronounces her name properly, with an 'e.' Anne thrives under Miss Stacy, who allows the boys and girls to climb the big trees to retrieve crows' nests, promotes physical exercise, requires composition, and even gives light to geometry, at which Anne until now has been such a "dunce." In November, Miss Stacy proposes a concert for the scholars of Avonlea. Marilla scoffs at the notion, thinking all the fuss over recitations and tableaus to be "rank foolishness," but receives welcome encouragement from Matthew, who reasons that "a little 'appreciation' does quite as much good as all the conscientious 'bringing up' in the world."

Chapter 24 Analysis

Drawn to women of good spirit and energy, Anne comes into her...

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