Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 31 Summary

Anne enjoyed the most golden summer of her life, free to frolic and wile the days away. Anne is two inches taller, and markedly quieter, preferring to keep her thoughts in her heart "like treasures." Now that Anne is old enough to use big words, she is not so inclined to use big words when small ones will do. She dotes over the new dresses Marilla has sewn for her as she prepares for the new school year. Anne worries over her stumbling block, geometry, and the entrance exam looming while Marilla worries about how greatly she will miss the girl.

Chapter 31 Analysis

Anne comes into her own, and she and Marilla find a very warm middle ground, discussing their mutual discomfort in the presence of Mrs. Lynde and agreeing that it is worth the flounce, if it gives Anne a "comfortable feeling...

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