Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

Miss Stacy takes her leave from Avonlea at the end of the school year, leaving Anne and Diana teary-eyed and wistful. Anne travels to town to take the Queen's entrance exam, keeping Diana informed by post. After three weeks of agony, Diana rushes to Anne's room with the results published in the day's paper in hand. Anne's name is at the top of the pass list tied with Gilbert Blythe, all having passed, even Josie Pye. Anne rushes to the hayfield to tell Matthew, who always knew she would top the list. That night, she has a serious talk with Mrs. Allan at the manse and says a prayer of gratitude: "There was in it thankfulness for the past and reverent petition for the future."

Chapter 32 Analysis

Summer comes, and it is a time for change and looking towards the future. Miss Stacy...

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