Anne's House of Dreams - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

In Chapter 5, Dr. David Blythe sent his horse and carriage to meet Anne and Gilbert at the train station. The driver gives them the carriage so they can drive alone to their new house. The countryside is beautiful and idyllic as they make their way to their home. As they get close to their house, they pass a large green-painted house that seems to be abandoned. Gilbert is not sure if anyone will be living there or not. Anne spots a girl herding a flock of geese. As they drive closer, Anne sees that the girl's beauty is remarkable. Her eyes are haunting but have a touch of hostility in them. Gilbert doesn't know who she is. He only has eyes for Anne. Anne emphasizes that the girl has the most beautiful face she had ever seen. Still, Gilbert has no...

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