Anne of the Island - Chapter 37, 38, 39 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 37, 38, 39 Summary

Chapter 37: The girls are studying for their final exams. They start discussing how they've changed, and Aunt Jimsie chimes in with her opinions about their growth. Jimsie asks them what they have learned besides academics, and each girl reflects on her personal growth. Exams finally end and the girls each take honors in a subject, except Stella who does well in all of her subjects. Finally graduation is here and Anne is surprised the day has finally dawned. Flowers arrive from both Gilbert and Roy and Anne reflects on her relationship with both young men. Anne expects Roy to propose soon and is thrilled that Dorothy will be her sister. The two girls have become quite close over the last few months.

After graduation, everyone goes to a final dance at Redmond. Anne acts as if she is having a wonderful time but...

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