Anne of the Island - Chapter 4, 5, 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, 5, 6 Summary

Chapter 4: After registering at Redmond, Anne and Priscilla discuss their nerves at being freshman and look forward to the moment that they will be confident, sophisticated sophomores. Priscilla asks Anne if she noticed a pretty, brown-eyed girl and they wonder if they should have talked to her. The people of Kingsport are very proud of their historic town and after lunch the girls walk to Old St. Johns graveyard, of which the town is particularly proud. At the graveyard they see the brown-eyed girl from earlier.

Philippa Gordon is thrilled to meet the girls and proceeds to tell them her life story. She says her father told her to go to college because while she is smart but too indecisive to make any decisions on her own. Her mother wants her to get married, but Philippa wants to have fun before settling down...

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