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The first Story in the Series with Anne Shirley at age 11 to 16

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ANNE COMES TO GRIEF               241
take part in a dialogue. Oh, it's just glorious to think of it. Josie Pye says she hates it, but that is just be­cause Josie has so little imagination. Diana and Ruby Gillis and Jane Andrews are preparing a dialogue, called 'A Morning Visit.' for next Friday. And the Friday afternoons they don't have recitations Miss Stacy takes them all to the woods for a 'field' day and they study ferns and 'flowers and birds. And they have physical culture exercises every morning and eve­ning. Mrs. Lynde says she never heard of such go­ings-on and it all comes of having a lady teacher. But I think it must be splendid and I believe I shall find that Miss Stacy is a kindred spirit."
"There's one thing plain to be seen, Anne," said Marilla, "and that is that your fall off the Barry roof hasnt injured your tongue at all.''
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