Anne of Green Gables by L.M. MongomeryRegular price $14.99
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She has been watching him ever since he had passed her & she had her eyes on him now. Matthew was not looing at her & would not have seen what she was reall like if he had been, but an ordinary observer would have seen this: A child of about eleven, garbed in a very short, very tight, very ugly dress of yellowish gray wincey. She wore a faded brown sailor hat & beneath the hat, extending down he rback, were two braids of very thick, decidedly red hair. Her face was small, white & thin, also much freckled: her mouth was large & so were her eyes, that looked green in some lights & moods & gray in others. So far, the ordinary observer; an extraordrinary observer might have seen that the chin was very pointed & pronounced; that the bug eyes were full of spirit & vivacity; that the mouth was sweet-lipped & expressive; that the forehead was broad & full; in short, our discerning extraordinary observer might have concluded that no commonplace soul unhabited the ody of this stray woman-child.