Anne's House of Dreams - Chapters 19, 20 and 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 19, 20 and 21 Summary

In Chapter 19, Susan Baker feels threatened at first by the presence of Marilla Cuthbert. But after she realizes that she will not interfere with the work she does for Anne, Susan accepts her. There is much concern in the little house of dreams. Anne is in labor through the night. But the next morning, she has a new baby daughter lying beside her. Her name is Joyce but they will call her Joy. The baby is taken from her and soon she begins to worry. Gilbert should look happier. Why is Susan so glum? Finally, she asks Gilbert if something is wrong. He has to tell her that the baby will not live. Miss Cornelia dresses the baby in the gown that Leslie had made for it. The baby is laid in the bed next to her mother and father. The...

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