Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

Diana lends her special flair for style, as the two girls dress Anne for a concert at White Sands. The invitation for Anne to recite at the charity event is an honor that sends Matthew into seventh heaven out of pride. Showing herself to be quite a handsome young woman, with her hair pulled back and dressed in organdies and pearls bestowed on her from Matthew, Anne and Diana ride with Billy and Jane Andrews to the big event. Once at the big concert hall she feels more plain in her dress, surrounded by girls in silk and other expensive fabrics. Feeling the scorn of one such girl in white lace, Anne feels scrutinized as a country bumpkin. Daunted by the performance of a professional elocutionist, Anne is paralyzed by nerves. Spotting Gilbert Blythe in the audience, she regains her composure and gives...

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