Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34 Summary

Proposing an evening dress made of a delicate pale green material, Marilla no longer objects to Matthew's impulses to indulge Anne, and extends a few of her own. With just a few weeks until Queen's, Marilla is moved to tell Anne how she has grown, and how she misses the queer girl of Anne's youth. Anne tenderly tells Marilla that she will always be the little girl that loves Marilla, Matthew and Green Gables, "just pruned down and branched out." Anne elects to enroll in the Second Year work, making a First Class teacher's license possible in one year in place of two. Gilbert Blythe, her fierce academic rival, does the same. Anne is so lonesome her first night at the boardinghouse that she is even comforted to see Josie Pye who arrives at her door, followed by Jane Andrews and Ruby Gillis...

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