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What hints do you get that Anne's feelings for Marian were mixed?
The narrator, Marian’s mother had developed a loving pride for her daughter because Marian was exceptionally intelligent in spite of her dumb-deafness. She was lovely, with dark curls framing her small pointed face, dark serious eyes – too serious perhaps, for a seven-year-old – and full, sensitive lips. She was such a dear, intelligent girl. But Anne, had dreamed of a golden child, golden voiced, moving with confidence through the world but her child was deaf and dumb although she was amazingly intelligent, spirited and good looking. Marian was able to understand her mother’s thoughts. She was able to communicate with her mother through expressions and she was able to read her mother’s mind as well.
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