By Lucy Maud Montgomery
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Lucy Maud Montgomery 41 his mother offered to take Mrs. Thomas and the children, but she didn’t want me. Mrs. Thomas was at her wits’ end, so she said, what to do with me. Then Mrs. Hammond from up the river came down and said she’d take me, seeing I was handy with children, and I went up the river to live with her in a little clearing among the stumps. It was a very lonesome place. I’m sure I could never have lived there if I hadn’t had an imagination. Mr. Hammond worked a little sawmill up there, and Mrs.
Mournfully: traurig. nest: Nest, nisten, Horst, verschachteln, einnisten. runs: läuft, rennt, eilt, startet. spend: ausgeben, verbringen, gebe aus, geben aus, verbringt, gibst aus, gebt aus, verbringe, gib aus, verbringst, aufwenden. sunrise: Sonnenaufgang. swoop: Überfall. wake: wecken, aufwecken, aufwachen, Kielwasser, erwachen, Totenwache, erwecken, Totenmesse, Wachtposten, Wache, Sog. 44 Anne of Green Gables CHAPTER VI MARILLA MAKES UP HER MIND Get%there they did, however, in due season. Mrs.
Peter Blewett was up here yesterday, and she was saying to me how much she wished she’d sent by me for a little girl to help her. Mrs. Peter has a large family, you know, and she finds it hard to get help. Anne will be the very girl for you. ” Marilla did not look as if she thought Providence had much to do with the matter. Here was an unexpectedly good chance to get this unwelcome orphan off her hands, and she did not even feel grateful for it. She knew Mrs. Peter Blewett only by sight as a small, shrewish-faced woman without an ounce of superfluous flesh on her bones.
Anne of Green Gables (Webster's German Thesaurus Edition) by Lucy Maud Montgomery