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Written by Anastasia Melnyk
Hopes for better way of things
After having read a book, in which the main character has a lot of life problems, Anne signs with words “Well, that is another hope gone. My life is a perfect graveyard of buried hopes” describing her situation in such a manner. But it is just ironic sing, as things are to change very soon.
One can get used to everything
Mrs. Rachel Lynde assures that there is nothing terrible if Matthew and Marilla are both a little odd as “A body can get used to anything, even to being hanged, as the Irishman said “ all people are get used to them.
Light-heartedness of childhood
Diana is considered that it is nice to grow up, but from another side it is pitifully, so she tell Marilla that “It's perfectly appalling to think of being twenty, as it sounds so fearfully old and grown up” because children have small problems, adults have big once.
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Anne loses her temper and insults Miss. Rachel. She throws a temper tantrum, stomps her feet, and tells the woman she hates her. Note, these actions come only after Miss. Rachel has declared Anne to be "skinny and homely". Anne refuses to...