Anne of the Island - Chapter 13, 14, 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, 14, 15 Summary

Chapter 13: Davy and Dora are getting ready to go to church by themselves because Anne is away; Marilla has a headache, and Mrs. Lynde twisted her ankle. On the way to church, Davy has a fit of temper because of Mrs. Lynde's constant badgering about his behavior. Dora tries to get him to behave but he refuses and decides to walk to the woods with the Cotton kids. Both end up skipping Sunday school and then lie to Mrs. Lynde about church. That night, Davy confesses to Anne and promises to be better.

Chapter 14: Anne makes frequent nighttime visits to Ruby as she slowly fades from life. Mrs. Lynde and Marilla express concern that she might catch consumption from Ruby but Anne brushes off their worries. Towards the end of summer, Ruby passes and Diana, Davy, and Anne walk home hoping Ruby is...

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