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[Fanny:] "Too quiet for you, I believe."
[Mary] "I should have thought so theoretically myself, but," and her eyes brightened as she spoke, "take it all and all, I never spent so happy a summer. But then," with a more thoughtful air and lowered voice, "there is no saying what it may lead to."
What does Fanny fear that the summer may lead to?