"'Course, if she'd been killed I'd have been real sorry, Anne. But the Keiths ain't so easy killed.
"'Cause," said Davy very decidedly, "if she does I won't say my prayers before her like I do before you, Anne."
"'Cause I don't think it would be nice to talk to God before strangers, Anne. Dora can say hers to Mrs.
I wish you'd stay home, Anne. I don't see what you want to go away and leave us for."
When I 'm grown up I'm not going to do one single thing I don't want to do, Anne."
Say, Anne, Milty Boulter says his mother says you're going to college to see if you can catch a man.
"That wouldn't be so hard if people wouldn't twit me about my looks," said Anne with a sigh.
"You shouldn't think so much about your looks, Anne. I'm afraid you are a very vain little girl."
"How can I be vain when I know I'm homely?" protested Anne. "I love pretty things; and I hate to look in the glass and see something that isn't pretty.
"I've had that said to me before, but I have my doubts about it," remarked skeptical Anne, sniffing at her narcissi.
"Anne, do hold your tongue." said Marilla, thoroughly worn out trying to follow the gyrations of Anne's thoughts.