Further Chronicles of Avonlea
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Further Chronicles of Avonlea

By Lucy Maud Montgomery
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Max always blesses the animal when it is referred to; and I don't deny that things have worked together for good after all. But when I think of the anguish of mind which Ismay and I underwent on account of that abominable cat, it is not a blessing that arises uppermost in my thoughts. I never was fond of cats, although I admit they are well enough in their place, and I can worry along comfortably with a nice, matronly old tabby who can take care of herself and be of some use in the world. As for Ismay, she hates cats and always did. But Aunt Cynthia, who adored them, never could bring herself to understand that any one could possibly dislike them. She firmly believed that Ismay and I really liked cats deep down in our hearts, but that, owing to some perverse twist in our moral natures, we would not own up to it, but willfully persisted in declaring we didn't.

Table of Contents
  • FURTHER CHRONICLES OF AVONLEA
  • INTRODUCTION
    • CONTENTS
    • FURTHER CHRONICLES OF AVONLEA
    • I. AUNT CYNTHIA'S PERSIAN CAT
    • II. THE MATERIALIZING OF CECIL
    • III. HER FATHER'S DAUGHTER
    • IV. JANE'S BABY
    • V. THE DREAM-CHILD
    • VI. THE BROTHER WHO FAILED
    • VII. THE RETURN OF HESTER
    • VIII. THE LITTLE BROWN BOOK OF MISS EMILY
    • IX. SARA'S WAY
    • X. THE SON OF HIS MOTHER
    • XI. THE EDUCATION OF BETTY
    • XII. IN HER SELFLESS MOOD
    • XIII. THE CONSCIENCE CASE OF DAVID BELL
    • XIV. ONLY A COMMON FELLOW
    • XV. TANNIS OF THE FLATS
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