School starts for Anne, but it begins less smoothly than Marilla had hoped. The walk to school is fun for Anne because she is accompanied by her new best friend, Diana. They take the long way to school and make up new names for every path and dip in the fields. Again Anne thinks the names she conceives are much more imaginative than Diana’s are, but this does not diminish her liking of the young girl. On their way to school, Diana offers advice to Anne about the other students and their teacher. She also tells Anne to make sure she studies as hard as she can.
After a few days in...
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