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3、"Yes, it is quite true, Miss Cornelia," said Anne bravely.
4、"There's never been a wedding in this house," she said, half apologetically, to Mrs. Rachel Lynde. "When I was a child I heard an old minister say that a house was not a real home until it had been consecrated by a birth, a wedding and a death. We've had deaths here--my father and mother died here as well as Matthew; and we've even had a birth here. Long ago, just after we moved into this house, we had a married hired man for a little while, and his wife had a baby here. But there's never been a wedding before. It does seem so strange to think of Anne being married. In a way she just seems to me the little girl Matthew brought home here fourteen years ago. I can't realize that she's grown up. I shall never forget what I felt when I saw Matthew bringing in a GIRL. I wonder what became of the boy we would have got if there hadn't been a mistake. I wonder what HIS fate was."
2、"I must go and see it. I just love babies," said Anne, smiling to herself over a thought too dear and sacred to be put into words.
3、"Don't let Small Anne Cordelia spoil her clothes," warned Diana anxiously.Or to turn white and swoon at tragic shows;