It certainly had not helped matters any that the boy had divined her state of mind, and had given as the reason for his refusal that she "did not care." To be sure, Mrs. Carew now very proudly told herself that she did not indeed "care," that he was NOT her sister's boy, and that she would "forget all about it."
But she did not forget all about it. However insistently she might disclaim responsibility and relationship, just as insistently responsibility and relationship thrust themselves upon her in the shape of panicky doubts; and however resolutely she turned her thoughts to other matters, just so resolutely visions of a wistful-eyed boy in a poverty-stricken room loomed always before her.
Then, too, there was Pollyanna. Clearly Pollyanna was not herself at all. In a most unPollyanna-like spirit she moped about the house, finding apparently no interest anywhere.
- Pollyanna Grows Up, Chapter 12
In this episode, we see what happens after what happened in the end of episode 37.
You can obtain this episode from your standard anime torrent indexing sites.
This episode marks the 3/4th point in the series. We're currently in a difficult stretch of the series, but we're about to hit the homestretch and everything will go well.
The last 1/4th of the series ties everything together in a way that you may not expect (that is if you haven't read the novels). They do change up how this next part compared to what happens in the novel, but in general, the same things happen (albeit under slightly different conditions). I personally like the novel's ending better than the anime ending, but that's probably a matter of personal perference.
Also, this release is our first release that uses h.264's High 10-bit color profile, a.k.a. Hi10P. This is a test release, and we may continue or discontinue it depending on the response to it.