Anne Shirley Essay

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Saint Paul Montessori School St. Joseph Village 1 San Vicente San Pedro Laguna “Anne Of Green Gables” By: Lucy Maud Montgomery A book review Submitted by: Mary Ruth ArgameJ Submitted To: Mr. Perry De Los ReyesJ About L.G Montgomery….. Name: Lucy Maud Montgomery, known by family and friends as “Maud” Born: November 30 1874 in Clifton (now new London),Prince Edward Island Died: April 24 1942, in Toronto, buried in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island Nationality: Canadian Lived: Halifax in Nova Scotia, Cavendish on Prince Edward Island and Leaksdale, Ontario Married: to the Reverent Ewan Macdonald Children: three sons: Chester Cameron, Hugh Alexander (who died) and Ewan Stuart What was she like? Lucy laud Montgomery lived life to the full, traveled and defied many of the convention laid down for women in that era. At the same time, she held strong, traditional, religious beliefs, was a devoted mother and home-keeper, and always returned to her family and her place of birth. All her experiences influenced her writing, but it was the years she spent on the beautiful Prince Edward Island that inspire her stories of the lovable, red headed orphan, Anne Shirley.  Major Characters: Protagonist- Anne Shirley Antagonist- Gilbert Blythe Minor Characters: Marilla Cuthbert Matthew Cuthbert Dianna Barry Mrs. Rachel Lynde Miss Stacy Aunt Josephine Barry Ruby Gillis Josie Pye Jane Andrews Moody Spurgeon Macpherson Mrs. Barry Mr. Allen Minnie May Barry

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