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Anne of Green Gables

L. M. Montgomery

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Error on Rachel Lynde's Character

by jemimarose, October 25, 2016

This is perhaps minor, but contrary to the character description, Rachel Lynde is not childless. In fact, she and her husband had 12 children, although 2 died in infancy. Her children are grown and out of the house, but they certainly existed. Rachel Lynde is bossy, opinionated, and oftentimes intrusive, but her opinions were born out of a wealth of experience, and thus often on point (e.g. Anne's puffed sleeve dress), even if her manner of speaking them was exasperating or unwelcome.

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