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Anne of Green Gables Chapter 26

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Chapter 26

The Story Club is Formed

  • Life feels flat and unexciting to the Avonlea students after the Christmas concert.
  • Fast forward a few weeks to when Anne turns thirteen. She and Diana are walking through the woods talking about their composition assignments. They're supposed to write a story.
  • Diana's daunted by the assignment, but Anne's already done hers.
  • Anne tells Diana her entire amazingly melodramatic story. It's about two friends, Cordelia Montmorency and Geraldine Seymour, who love the same man, Bertram DeVere.
  • We won't spoil the ending for you, but it's a tragedy.
  • Anne and Diana start a story club where they write stories for practice. Eventually they add two other friends, Jane Andrews and Ruby Gillis.
  • Jane's stories are too sensible, Ruby's have too much love in them, and Diana's have too many murders (according to Anne). But they all have a good time. They also send the stories to Josephine, who's very amused.

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