Anne's House of Dreams - Chapters 28, 29 and 30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 28, 29 and 30 Summary

In Chapter 28, Cornelia is visiting Anne. She is reading the obituaries which she says is one of her favorite forms of recreation. It doesn't take long for Miss Cornelia to return to her favorite topic - religion. She hates being called "sister" by anyone even the minister. The only sibling she had was a brother who died fifteen years before. She isn't a sister to anyone else. An evangelist who came through town once paid so much unwanted attention to Leslie that she stopped going to the services. Men!

Anne tells Miss Cornelia that she received a letter from Owen. He wanted Anne to remember him to Miss Cornelia. She doesn't want his remembrances. She'll never forgive him for breaking Leslie's heart. No one had to tell Miss Cornelia. She saw how Leslie felt in her eyes. She can't forgive herself...

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