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A Note on Montgomery's use of 'contemporary legend' in Emily Climbs.
Fowke, Edith. “A Note On Montgomery's Use Of 'contemporary Legend' In Emily Climbs.”. Harvesting thistles (1994): 89-92. Print.
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)