One little world, just two people in it, Anne and Bob, comfortably seated before the fire's glow in a little tete-a-tete, absorbed in the oblivion of love. The stern parent of the young girl enters and commands the young man to make himself scarce and keep away from the susceptible young girl until she is of more mature age. To make sure, doubly sure, Anne's father sends her away to a boarding school, but not before she has acquainted Bob with the fact and tells him to follow her, that she cannot live without him. At the Hillsdale Academy for young ladies, Anne feels like a cat in a strange garret, and refuses to be comforted. Her schoolmates notice this, as well as the extreme vigilance which the preceptress exercises over the new arrival, pursuant to the instructions of the anxious father to see that his daughter does not neglect her studies for love's young dream. As the girls become better acquainted with Anne they learn the cause of her dejection, heartily sympathize with her and...
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