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First L.M. Montgomery Conference at University of Guelph
Quaile, Deborah. “First L.m. Montgomery Conference At University Of Guelph”. The Shining Scroll (2008): 7-8. Print.
Though it’s been 100 years since the publication of Anne of Green Gables, Canada’s foremost novel as far as book sales go, public and scholarly enthusiasm for its author, LM Montgomery, has not waned. Drawing on its extensive collection of Montgomery memorabilia, the University of Guelph put together its first conference from October 23-26 to offer the official opening of an installation at the city’s MacDonald Stewart Art Centre entitled Searching for Home: The Lives of L.M. Montgomery (running until January 18, 2009), and to highlight the Guelph archives and several books released this year that relate to Anne and her creator., Source type: Print(0)