Anne of Green Gables

Mrs. Lynde, I'm extremely sorry I behave

Anne Shirley

Anne of Green Gables

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Mrs. Lynde, I'm extremely sorry I behaved so terribly. I've disgraced my good friends who've let me stay at Green Gables on trial, even though I'm not a boy. I am wicked and ungrateful, and I deserve to be cast out forever. What you said was true; I am skinny and ugly, and my hair is red. What I said about you was true too, only I shouldn't have said it. Please, Mrs. Lynde, forgive me. You wouldn't be so cruel as to inflict a life-long sorrow on a poor orphan. Please. Please, forgive me.

Campbell, Norman and Harron, Donald. Anne of Green Gables: The Musical, Samuel French, 1970.




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