Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 28 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28 Summary

Anne's Idlewild being no more (Mr. Bell having cut down the patch of birch trees), Anne gives leave to her childhood playhouse and conspires with Diana, Ruby Gillis and Jane Andrews to dramatize Tennyson's Elaine. Anne reluctantly agrees to the role of Elaine, who is to be cast on a flat from a landing under the bridge, onto a bank at a curve in the river. Guinevere, King Arthur and Lancelot proceed to the bank to receive the lily maid Elaine. Meanwhile, the flat, having been punctured by a stake is quickly taking on water. Anne, grasping the situation at hand, determines to climb onto one of the bridge piles as she passes in the flat, and in doing so strands herself on the slimy pile. Supposing the worst, she is soon rescued by Gilbert Blythe passing by in a borrowed dory. She...

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