Anne is usually described as the intelligent, cultured, beautiful wife of the doctor in Glen St. Mary, Prince Edward Island. But her mysterious origins may hold a key to the bizarre episodes of her time-traveling children.
Those of us who spent our childhood and teenage years obsessively reading L.M. Montgomery books instead of getting drunk in basements and smoking illicit cigarettes in our friends’ cars (full disclosure: definitely did way
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L.M. Montgomery’s novel Rilla of Ingleside, the eighth Anne of Green Gables book, does not get half the praise it fairly deserves. Published in 1920, it is much more of a contemporary novelized account of the First World War than what we usually think of as “war novels,” and it is distinctly different from Montgomery’s other works. Most First World War
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"We are going for a walk in the park. I ought to stay in and finish my blouse. But I couldn't sew on a day like this. There's something in the air that gets into my blood and makes a sort of glory in my soul. My fingers