Chapter 22 Summary
Anne is very excited when she receives a letter in the mail inviting her to tea with Mrs. Allan. Anne feels as if Mrs. Allan is another kindred spirit. After the disaster of the cake, Mrs. Allan was tremendously sympathetic with how bad Anne felt, understanding how much Anne had wanted to please her.
The night before the tea, Anne can hardly sleep because she is so excited. The only damper is Matthew’s prediction that it might rain the next day. Anne is hoping for sunshine. The next morning, however, proves Matthew wrong. There is not a cloud in sight. Before Anne leaves for the Allans’ house, she tells Marilla that there is something inside her that she cannot explain. All she knows is that it makes her feel like...
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