Anne of Green Gables

Marilla Cuthbert and her brother Matthew want to adopt an orphan, to help on the farm at Green Gables. They ask for a boy, but they get Anne, who has red hair and freckles, and who talks and talks and talks. They didn’t want a girl, but how can they send a child back, like an unwanted parcel? So Anne stays, and begins a new life in the sleepy, quiet village of Avonlea in Canada. But it is not so quiet after Anne comes to live there …
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Cute story I started to try and sound like Anne

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CHAPTER XIV. Anne's Confession
Next year anybody who wears them will have to go through a door sideways.
That is one of the advantages of being thirteen. You know so much more than you did when you were only twelve.
All sorts of mornings are interesting, don't you think? You don't know what's going to happen through the day, and there's so much scope for imagination
gives me a thrill. Do things ever give you a thrill?"
Which would you rather be if you had the choice—divinely beautiful or dazzlingly clever or angelically good?
anything royally beautiful. But they shouldn't call that lovely place the Avenue. There is no meaning in a name like that. They should call it—let me see—the White Way of Delight
Avonlea main road
"I dare say she'll be able to explain—she's got a tongue of her own, that's certain.
But I've put my hand to the plow and I won't look back.
Like most quiet folks he liked talkative people when they were willing to do the talking themselves and did not expect him to keep up his end of it
A body can get used to anything, even to being hanged, as the Irishman said.”
A body can get used to anything, even to being hanged, as the Irishman said.”
Oh, Marilla!” Anne clasped her hands. “How perfectly. lovely! You are able to imagine things after all or else you’d never have understood how I’ve longed for that very thing. It will seem so nice and grown-uppish.

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