Anne of the Island - Chapter 34, 35, 36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 34, 35, 36 Summary

Chapter 34: Douglas and Janet are still courting and Anne is sure they will continue to court with no result. Over the summer in Valley Road, Anne explores the area, walks through the swamp, and teaches school. One day, Sam Tolliver, the tall tow-head hired boy from next door who has spoken to Anne one other time, sits down next to Anne on Janet's porch. He continues to chew a straw and after much silence asks Anne to marry him. Anne finds the entire proposal crazy and funny and turns him down. Later that evening, Anne and Janet have a laugh over the entire situation.

Later that summer, Mrs. Douglas is ill and Janet is summoned to her bedside. She dies that same day after saying to Janet that she'll marry John. After the funeral, Janet is still upset over the death when John...

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