Rilla of Ingleside - Love Affairs are Horrible and Little Dog Monday Knows Summary & Analysis

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Love Affairs are Horrible and Little Dog Monday Knows Summary

"Love Affairs are Horrible" ends the romantic feelings Fred Arnold has for Rilla, as he comes and confesses his feelings for her and she tells him that she can never feel anything but friendship for him. Feeling badly that she can't even lie to him as he goes off to war, she cries to her mother and confesses everything that's happened with Ken. Her mother tells her that she did the right thing, though she is sad that her smallest girl is so grown up and basically engaged. Rilla takes a little pleasure in the fact that her mother agrees with her hopes about Ken.

In "Little Dog Monday Knows," Rilla recounts a letter she has received from Jims' father, who had written several times before but...

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