Literature Quiz / Anne of Green Gables Characters by Lines

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Can you name the Anne of Green Gables series characters by their first lines of dialogue?

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'I've brought my work, Mrs Blythe, dearie. I'm in a hurry to get this done, and there isn't any time to lose.'5
'Oh, mother, surely the babies are never hungry — oh, not the babies, mother!'8
'Charlotta the Fourth says that you wished to see me.'2
'We were just imitating howling dervishes, so of course we had to howl.'6
'Oh, I want to know who you two girls are. I've been dying to know.'3
'Suppose you jump up and tell her so yourself.'1
'Merciful goodness!'1
'Anne Shirley, what does this mean?'1
'I'd like that little hollow under the weeping birch.'7
'Anne, do you own that animal?'3
'Good evening, Rachel. This is a real fine evening, isn't it?'1
'Oh, look at the nithe wainbow!'6
'It's so strange Gilbert picked you. He could have had so many nice girls.'6
'Mrs Reese, will you kindly return me that goose?'7
'I'm right down pleased to meet you, Mistress Blythe; and I hope you'll be as happy as the first bride was who came here.'5
'I'd rather not be buried at all, but if I had to be I'd like the ant-bed.'7
'Please, teacher, I found these in Mr Wright's field, and I came back to give them to you because I thought you were the kind of lady that would like them ...'2
'I'm not expecting a girl. It's a boy I've come for.'1
'I believe you! Mark my words, Mr Meredith, that man is going to fight somebody yet.'7
'I'm Mary Vance.'7
'I — I came for a drink.'7
'It's a very old-fashioned way. But I am old-fashioned. My clothes are, and it stands to reason my opinions are, too.'3
'But you've done good work this past year, and you deserve a good, jolly vacation.'1
'I wouldn't say just that. Both of them wrote a great deal of trash.'8
'Do you feel any better now?'7
'Rebecca, suppose just as you were ready to get into bed you felt your ankle nipped?'4
'Why, I guess so.'1
'I don't believe you mean it. You don't look like a lady who'd whip a little boy just 'cause he couldn't keep still.'2
'Davy made me walk the pigpen fence. I didn't want to but he called me a fraid-cat.'2
'Ugly old Aunt Maywia.'6
'Perhaps you think you are above rules, Miss Shirley.'4
'You mean Mrs Captain MacComber?'4
'I don't know whether I'm myself or a custard pie.'7
'Yes, ma'am. Come in, ma'am.'2
'Mummy's coming home today, home today, home today ...'6
'Very poorly — very poorly, Cornelia. I am afraid she will soon be in heaven, poor thing!'5
'No, I don't.'5
'I'll just step over to Green Gables after tea and find out from Marilla where he's gone and why.'1
'I suppose you are Mr Matthew Cuthbert of Green Gables?' 1
'Give me a spunky woman — spunk for me every time.'7
'I don't believe it. I don't believe anybody could walk a ridgepole.'1
'How do you go about taking it?'6
'Pardon me — may I offer you the shelter of my umbrella?'3
'Of course it would be romantic. But I know I couldn't keep still.'1
'I'm not going to put up with this, not a day longer, do you hear, miss.'2
'Nor I. I don't mind floating down when there's two or three of us in the flat and we can sit up.'1
'Carrots! Carrots!'1
'If a kiss could be seen I think it would look like a violet.'2

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