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Lucy Maud Montgomery

Anne of Green Gables

Marilla Cuthbert and her brother Matthew want to adopt an orphan, to help on the farm at Green Gables. They ask for a boy, but they get Anne, who has red hair and freckles, and who talks and talks and talks. They didn’t want a girl, but how can they send a child back, like an unwanted parcel? So Anne stays, and begins a new life in the sleepy, quiet village of Avonlea in Canada. But it is not so quiet after Anne comes to live there …
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  • G I N A :3har delt en vurderingfor 7 år siden
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    I want to be someday like Anne

  • b6268363618har delt en vurderingfor 2 år siden
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    I reall recommend it her life is so i teresting there are poimts were i try to act like im in Anne's time because its just so interesting

  • syafiqahwithaQhar delt en vurderingfor 5 år siden

    Anne of Green Gables is unique in her own right- it is a bildungsroman chartered as chronicles of the most interesting, awe-inspiring and memorable stories of an orphan's journey to find acceptance and love. Anne is a lovable character that is admired by little, big, young and old girls AND boys worldwide, and it is very easy to see why. Her character isnt perfect, she's relatable. Her stories resonates with a lot of people in the world who has had beautiful, adventurous, unique childhood. And an inspiration for those who are going though it to go out and make an adventure for themself. I admire Anne for her wit, her ability to learn from mistakes and avoid the same mistake a second time, and her resistance to conventional, inconvenient ideals of the her time. The turns of phrase from Lucy Maud Montgomery pulls you deeper into throes of the story, so deep that you can actually feel yourself as a burgher of her fictional town, witnessing first-hand the scenes in the book. The imagery she uses, they're amazingly extraordinary. The way she paints the picture of the countryside and the seasons that pass by it is so detailed and yet so lyrical, so poetical. I am in love with the way she writes.

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  • Carinahar citeretfor 4 år siden
    But if you have big ideas you have to use big words to express them, haven't you?"
  • Victoria Romanhar citeretfor 5 år siden
    "Anne, you've passed," she cried,"passed the VERY FIRST—you and Gilbert both—you're ties—but your name is first. Oh, I'm so proud!"
  • Julia Oulikhar citeretfor 6 år siden
    how you going to find out about things if you don't ask questions?

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