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A Feminist Anne
Review of A Life and its Mirrors: A Feminist Reading of L.M. Montgomery’s Fiction by Gabriella Åhmansson, Source type: Print(0)
In After Years
Accession Number: 2000057532. Gloss: Electronic publication. Peer Reviewed: Yes. Publication Type: journal article. Language: English. Update Code: 200001. Sequence No: 2000-1-9765., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=2000057532&site=ehost-live
“Staging Personalities in Modernism and Realism.”
Source type: Print(0), http://lmmresearch.org/2009-summary/
...the refuge of my sick spirit...'
Source type: Electronic(1)
Romancing the home
Source type: Print(0)
Not a “usual” property’
Source type: Print(0), http://lmmresearch.org/2011-summary/
Writing with a "definite purpose"
Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Article; Copyright: Copyright Canadian Children's Press Fall 2000; DOCID: 412625331; PCID: 6066491; PMID: 55142; ProvJournalCode: CCLT, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.proquest.com/docview/208974811?accountid=14670
'Dragged at Anne's Chariot Wheels'
Accession Number: 1998064178. Peer Reviewed: Yes. Publication Type: journal article. Language: English. Update Code: 199801. Sequence No: 1998-1-8191., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=1998064178&site=ehost-live
“Wildwood Roses and Sunshine Girls
Source type: Print(0), http://lmmresearch.org/2009-summary/
Anne's ' bloomiest' Island
504 words, Source type: Electronic(1)
Anne Shirley, Storyteller
Accession Number: 2006296794. Peer Reviewed: Yes. Publication Type: journal article. Language: English. Update Code: 200601. Sequence No: 2006-1-10409; 2006-5-497., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=2006296794&site=ehost-live
Anne's secret quality keeps her coming back
749 words, Source type: Electronic(1)
A Note on Montgomery's use of 'contemporary legend' in Emily Climbs.
edited by Mary Henley Rubio.; :ill. ;23 cm; "...special supplement to CCL..."(Canadian children's literature) -p. v; Includes index.; Includes bibliographical references.; Contents: Harvesting thistles in Montgomery's textual garden / Mary Henley Rubio -- Mayflowers grow in Sweden too / Gabriella Ahmansson -- Readers reading L.M. Montgomery / Catherine Ross -- Sisterhood is fearful / Temma F. Berg -- The heroine who writes her creator / E. Holly Pike -- Anne Shirley's America cousin / Clara Thomas -- Written as women write / Patricia Kelly Santelmann -- Approaching the Montgomery manuscripts / Elizabeth Rollins Epperly -- The religious thought of L.M. Montgomery / Gavin White -- A note on Montgomery's use of a "contemporary legend" in Emily Climbs / Edith Fowke -- I mean to try, as far as in me lies, to paint my life and deeds truthfully / Margaret E. Turner -- Snapshot portraits / Laura Higgins -- Negotiating friendships / Denyse Yeast -- L.M. Montgomery's Rilla of Ingleside / Owen Dudley Edwards -- Wedding bells and death knells / Marie Campbell -- Textual/sexual space in The Blue Castle / Gabriella Ahmansson -- Marigold and the magic of memory / Elizabeth Waterston -- Strewn with dead bodies / Jennie Rubio.; Canadian children's literature (Summer 94) ; Supplement, Source type: Electronic(1)
Image, Imagination, and Initiation
Examines the role of the schoolteacher in Lucy Maud Montgomery's "Anne of Green Gables" and Laura Ingalls Wilder's "Little House in the Big Woods." Describes how becoming a teacher was a rite of passage for both main characters. Asserts that these autobiographically-based, nondidactic stories are useful teaching instruments for young people. (MM), Accession Number: EJ408293; Language: English; Education Level: Elementary Secondary Education; Journal Code: CIJOCT1990; Level of Availability: Not available from ERIC; Publication Type: Journal Articles; Publication Type: Information Analyses; Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Entry Date: 1990, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=eric&AN=EJ408293&site=ehost-live
The new republic of childhood
Cn 90093226; Sheila Egoff, Judith Saltman.; 263: 9002; :ill. ;20 cm; Includes bibliographical references., Source type: Electronic(1)
“Channelling L.M.”
Review of Before Green Gables, by Budge Wilson., Source type: Print(0)
Literary friends
Wilfrid Eggleston.; ;22 cm; Section on L. M. Montgomery pp. 125-134., Source type: Electronic(1)
Anne's First Sixty Years
Source type: Print(0)
Kindred spirits' all
Mavis Reimer, editor.; ;23 cm; Includes index.; Includes bibliographical footnotes., Source type: Print(0)
Community and the individual in Anne of Green Gables.
Mavis Reimer, editor.; ;23 cm; Includes index.; Includes bibliographical footnotes., Source type: Print(0)
L.M. Montgomery’s Honeymoon Trousseau
In honour of Prince Edward Island's observance of L. M. Montgomery's 100th Wedding Anniversary, PEI resident and noted "re-creator" of historical garments, Arnold Smith, along with his sister Anita MacInnis, designed and made replicas of L. M. Montgomery's trousseau as pictured in her Journals., Source type: Print(0), http://www.weebly.com/uploads/2/2/6/5/226525/the_shining_scroll_2012_part_2.pdf
It all began with Anne
Reports that Lucy Maud Montgomery's `Green Gables' books, now in public domain, have spun a vast and profitable legacy for publishers, moviemakers and licensees. The publisher, L.C. Page & Co. in Boston, reprinted `Anne of Green Gables' six times. Rights to the 1908 edition; The Montgomery literary estate retains the rights to film and trademark licensing agreements; More. INSET: `Akage no An'--A Japanese obsession, by M.C.., M3: Article, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&AN=9211166366&site=ehost-live
Chivalry and romance
edited by Gwendolyn Davies.; ;23 cm; Papers presented at the Thomas H. Raddall Symposium held at Acadia University, 3-6 October 1991.; Thomas H. Raddall Symposium, Source type: Electronic(1)
The bend in the road
"The multimedia interactive CD-ROM offers: an extensive collection of photos, many never before seen; exclusive interviews with Montgomery's heirs, relatives, family lawyer and scholars; a guided tour through the archives of Montgomery's journals, scrapbooks, handiwork and memorabilia; hotlinks to related websites;exclusive video; and much more!"--from case cover., [computer file] :an invitation to the world and work of L.M. Montgomery.; computer optical disk :sd., col., ill., maps ;12 cm., in 18 x 23 cm. cardboard case +User Guide (13 p., : col. ill.; 19 c.; Family Tree (much compressed) of The Montgomerys; The Macneills; The Campbells: p.6-7 of the User Guide.; Partial contents: Life (Chronology, Family tree, Homes) ; Works (Short works, Novels, Sewing/Cooking, Letters, Journals, Photography, Scrapbooks, Gardens) ; Imact ; Learning ; Credits.; Creative Team, Elizabeth Epperly, Deirdre Kessler, Anne-Louise Brookes; Project Director and Production Co-ordinator,Deirdre Kessler; Principal Writer, Louise Polland; Contributing Writers and Editors, Deirdre Kessler, Elizabeth Epperly, Anne-Louise Brookes, Heather Ludlow.; 342 nodes of multi-media presentation including video and audio interviews, websites, narration, texts.; Minimum requirements: Pentium 200; 32 MB RAM; 10x CD-ROM drive; Windows 95/98/NT; 10 MB of available hard drive space., Source type: Electronic(1)
L. M. Montgomery
It is well-known that L. M. Montgomery imbedded true stories of Prince Edward Island in many of her fictional stories. In so doing, she created, coincidentally and perhaps accidentally, a sort of historical record – a “cultural memory” – of the Island and its people. Two stories, especially, illustrate this point, although there are many more in the 500+ list of stories. “A Pioneer Wooing” and “A Will, A Way, and a Woman” are the two I shall discuss here., Source type: Print(0), http://www.weebly.com/uploads/2/2/6/5/226525/the_shining_scroll_2012_part_1.pdf
Making Avonlea
edited by Irene Gammel.; :ill. ;24 cm; Contains essays based on papers presented at the 4th International Conference on Montgomery in 2000.; Includes bibliographical references (p. 321-342) and index.; Contents: Making Avonlea : an introduction / Irene Gammel -- Anne of Green Gables goes to university: L. M. Montgomery and academic culture / Carole Gerson -- Anatomy of a 'National Icon': Anne of Green Gables and the 'Bosom Friends' affair / Cecily Devereux -- Confessions of a kindred spirit with an academic bent / Brenda R. Weber -- Taking control: hair red, black, gold and nut-brown / Juliet McMaster -- 'This has been a day in hell': Montgomery, popular literature, life writing / Margaret Steffler -- The visual imagination of L. M. Montgomery / Elizabeth R. Epperly -- Writing in pictures: international images of Emily / Andrea McKenzie -- Safe pleasures for girls: L.M. Montgomery's erotic landscapes / Irene Gammel --'It's all mine': the modern woman as writer in Sullivan's Anne of Green Gables films / Eleanor Hersey -- Who's got the power? Montgomery, Sullivan, and the unsuspecting viewer / K.L. Poe -- 'She look'd down to Camelot': Anne Shirley, Sullivan, and the Lady of Shalott / Ann F. Howey -- Road to Avonlea: a co-prodution of the Disney Corporation / Benjamin Lefebvre -- Melodrama for the nation: Emily of New Moon / Ghristopher Gittings -- Paul Ledoux's Anne: a journey from Page to stage / George Belliveau -- Snapshot: listening to the music in Anne of Green Gables: the musical / Carrie MacLellan -- Towards a theory of the popular landscape in Anne of Green Gables / Janice Fiamengo -- Mass marketing, popular culture, and the Canadian celebrity author / E. Holly Pike -- Through the eyes of memory: L.M. Montgomery's Cavendish / James de Jonge -- Consumable Avonlea: the commodification of the Green Gables mythology / Jeanette Lynes -- Snapshot: making Anne and Emily dolls / Tara MacPhail -- Snapshot: my life as Anne in Japan / Tara Nogler -- Taishu Bunka and Anne clubs in Japan / Danièle Allard -- Avonlea in cyberspace, or an invitation to a hyperreal tea party / Alice van der Keli -- Epilogue: a letter from Germany / Beate Nock.; UPEI faculty publication.; UPEI Library copy (c.1) signed by Irene Gammel.; Biennial International Conference of the L.M. Montgomery Institute, Source type: Electronic(1)
Screening L. M. Montgomery
Accession Number: 2005296268. Publication Type: journal article. Language: English. Update Code: 200501. Sequence No: 2005-1-11807; 2005-4-4235. DOI: 10.3828/bjcs.17.2.4., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=2005296268&site=ehost-live
Gardens and plants.
Source type: Print(0)
“Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Anglocentric Island
Special issue: “L.M. Montgomery’s Interior and Exterior Landscapes,” edited by Rosemary Ross Johnston., Source type: Print(0)
Love and career
Source type: Print(0)
Dragged at Anne's chariot wheels'
Source type: Electronic(1)
Halifax days.
compiled by Kevin McCabe ; edited by Alexandra Heilbron.; :ill. (some col.) ;28 cm; Includes index.; Appendix : Family tree Macneill/Montgomery (p.504-505).; Contributors' biographies : p. 516-522.; Partial contents : Through the eyes of L. M. Montgomery / by Elizabeth R. Epperly, (p.168-174) -- The Lucy Maud Montgomery birthplace, New London / by Father Bolger, (p.21-26) -- The MacNeill homestead: 'Hallowed ground' / by Jennie MacNeill (p.27-30) -- Wintertime in Cavendish / by Jennie Macneill, (p. 191-194) -- Cavendish's Annual Lucy Maud Montgomery Festival / by Linda Lowther, (p.374-375) -- The author and the Island / by Anna Macdonald, (p.480-483) -- The rescue of the Montgomery-MacMillan letters / Mollie Gillen.; Includes bibliographical references (p. 513-515)., Source type: Print(0)
Fitted to earn her own living'
edited by Hilary Thompson.; ;23 cm; Papers presented at the 4th Thomas H. Raddall Symposium held at Acadia University, Wolfville, N.S., September 21-23, 1994.; Includes bibliographical references.; Contents: Children, church, migration and money / Philip Girard -- Fitted to earn her own living : figures of The New Woman in the writing of L.M. Montgomery / Carole Gerson -- Pruned down and branched out : embracing contradiction in 'Anne of Green Gables' / Laura M. Robinson -- Missing fathers / Muriel Whitaker -- The suitable child / John Stockdale -- The psalmist and the sawmill / Paul Milton -- Small bodies / David Creelman -- Childhood in limbo / Theresia Quigley -- The Gauthier girls / Sheila Andrew -- Runaway girls and sharp knives / Deirdre Kessler -- My childhood / Isabelle Knockwood --Revenge and revolt / Sharon Myers -- A young Maritimer in the 1930s and '40s / Alan Wilson -- Candlemas in the classroom / Barbara Le Blanc and Hilary Thompson.; Thomas H. Raddall Symposium, Source type: Print(0)
Reflection piece
Source type: Electronic(1)
“Outlaws, Outcasts, and Orphans
Source type: Print(0)
At the Palace
Source type: Electronic(1), http://rlproxy.upei.ca/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/105286387?accountid=14670
Authority to control Anne of Green Gables
232 words, Source type: Electronic(1)
“Japanese Journeys in Search of a Fictive Foreign Friend
Source type: Print(0), http://lmmresearch.org/2008-summary/
Through the eyes of memory
Source type: Electronic(1)
The Scots
Frank Emmerson.; :ill., ports. ;23 cm; Originally published: Tantallon, N.S. : Four East Publications, 1987.; Partial contents: (p. 49-51) L.M. Montgomery -- (p. 58) Angus MacEachern.; Includes bibliographical references., Source type: Electronic(1)

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