Anne of Green Gables - Chapter 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 35 Summary

Diana and other Avonlea chums greet the Queen's scholars home on weekend visits. Gilbert Blythe is carrying the satchel of Ruby Gillis, thought to be prettiest girl at the Academy. Anne is puzzled by Gilbert's attachment to Ruby, not thinking Ruby the sort of girl who could appreciate Gilbert. Anne is also lonesome herself for the kind of conversation she could have with a "clever young fellow" like Gilbert Blythe. The end of term nears and Anne feels content that she has tried her hardest, "the joy of strife" her reward.

Chapter 35 Analysis

The bitterness Anne had felt for Gilbert Blythe and her prideful competitiveness having faded, Anne now secretly wishes for the companionship for a boy such as Gilbert. Her future in the making, Anne relaxes as the term draws to a close. While other girls worry over dresses and exams, Anne...

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