Anne of the Island - Chapter 31, 32, 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 31, 32, 33 Summary

Chapter 31: Anne writes Philippa about her stay in Valley Road. She is staying with a woman named Miss Janet Sweet who adores Anne. Janet used to have a sister named Anne who died at a young age and Janet treats Anne like a little sister. Anne thinks the little house is wonderful and cute. Everything in the house is tiny but neat; the only thing that bothers Anne are the coffin plates depicting all the people who have died in the house. Janet compares Anne to the previous boarders and is thrilled to find out Anne does not mind feather beds and loves to eat. Anne is also allowed to have gentleman visitors; however, only the neighbor has visited so far.

Chapter 32: Anne goes to a prayer meeting with Janet. Janet decks herself out for the meeting looking lovely in a blue dress...

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