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    Anne of Green Gables, written by L.M. Montgomery, is a character-driven novel that portrays a story of 11 year-old-orphan Anne Shirley and her new life in Green Gables. This book at first is very intriguing, but then the book slowly loses the reader’s interest. Anne of Green Gables is very predictable, however, it is still very enjoyable. At the beginning of Anne of Green Gables, the reader is interested in the lives and experiences of the characters such as, Marilla and Matthew’s new adopted child, whether or not Anne is going to stay with Marilla and Matthew, and what is Anne going to do in Green Gables. When Anne is finally told she is allowed to stay, the reader feels and relates to her excitement. The middle of the book is where the…

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    role in the world” (193). In Lucy Montgomery’s first novel Anne of Green Gables, clothes, especially dresses, are inarguably one of the most abundantly illustrated subjects. On the surface, most of this elaboration may seem like a mere superficial, materialistic wish of an eleven-year-old little girl to own fancy dresses. By reading through the novel, however, the readers can notice that Lucy Montgomery intended pretty dresses, with puffed sleeves, flounces and other decorations, to symbolize a…

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    both of the books Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery and Island by Allistar Macleod, each author plays on the readers five senses in order to give them the ability to place themselves in the context of the story in certain places in Canada, even though some of their readers have never been to Canada before. In Anne of Green Gables, there are many beautiful evocative descriptions of nature throughout the book, which gives the reader the ability to place themselves on Prince Edward Island…

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    Anne of Green Gables is full of emotional rollercoasters throughout the book. Anne has mostly has more of a hard time, not having the greatest moments, while Gilbert the antagonist has an even amount of good and bad. When Anne first comes to Green Gables, she is excited and stoked, but when Marilla tells her that they wanted a boy, she begs and cries to her to keep her. When Anne first meets Diana, she is over the top full of joy, but the whole Gilbert Blythe incident happened and she told…

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    Anne of Green Gables In my view, for a book to be labeled as ´classical literature,´ it needs to be timeless. Classic books should be something adults can relate to and children can learn from. These books should have essential lessons that can be applied to any time period, even our currents one, and should be able to pertain with people from all walks of life. It also has to have a little bit of everything: romance, drama, adventure, and mystery. One book I definitely believe has rightfully…

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    extract of ‘Anne of Green Gables’ in the ‘Outsider Reader’ describes a little orphan girl, Anne, who was living at an asylum, another word for orphanage. She is trying to get adopted, but the couple who asked for an adoption wanted a boy, not a girl. In this extract Lucy Maud Montgomery describes how Anne is treated like a thing not a person, but then as the segment progresses, she is treated better. Anne is the perfect example of an outsider who has been marginalised, and she is desperately…

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    In L.M. Montgomery’s novel, Anne of Green Gables, Montgomery fills the novel with many highs and lows, just like the iconic sound of ocean waves. The tribulations and trials of the main character, Anne, will leave the reader speechless at times. The novel becomes powerful with culture and history of that era as Montgomery creates a scenic picture for the reader with her use of details. Montgomery use of literary elements and details is similar to the sound of an ocean wave, because when one…

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    When Anne of Green Gables begins Anne is a free spirited, adventuress, young lady, who goes against gender norms since she would rather go outside and play then stay inside and make sure the house is taken care of. As the novel continues, Anne becomes a responsible, and educated young adult. When Anne first goes to live in Green Gables, she was not what Matthew Cuthbert and Marilla Cuthbert expected, since they had wanted a boy to help them with the farm. Although Anne was not what they…

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    story of Anne Shirley, an orphan who arrives to Green Gables, as a surprise to Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert, brother and sister, who expected a boy to help with their home. This novel focuses on Anne’s growth in Green Gables. Upon arrival, Anne navigates her way through Green Gables with her imaginative mind, unafraid to take any risks or challenges she faces. Anne adapts to Green Gables once Cuthberts adopt her and raise her from the time she is eleven until she is fourteen. I will use Anne of…

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    Anne of Green Gables by Lucy M. Montgomery Critical Analysis Theme: The Conflict between Imagination and Social Expectations Anne of Green Gables was written by a Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomary in 1908. It was the most famous novel of its time. It was considered as a children novel in twentieth century. It describes the adventurous story of a 11 year old orphan girl who is by mistake sent to on an Island where a brother and a sister are going to adopt her and want her to work with…

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