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In discussion with Mary Pratt
Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Article; Copyright: Copyright Canadian Children's Press Spring 1996; DOCID: 418873081; PCID: 6220181; PMID: 55142; ProvJournalCode: CCLT; PublisherXID: CBCACCLT3666253, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.proquest.com/docview/208963608?accountid=14670
Lucy Maud Montgomery
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)
Her Royal Island
ID: 1766; ID: 18731; ID: 3764; periodical article., Source type: Print(0), http://islandpines.roblib.upei.ca/opac/en-US/skin/roblib/xml/rresult.xml?rt=title&tp=title&l=4&d=2&f=&av=&ol=4&t="avonlea traditions chronicle"
The Kindred Spirits' E-mail Newsletter.
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)
The Minister's wife
ID: 997; ID: 17962; ID: 2995; periodical article, Source type: Print(0), http://islandpines.roblib.upei.ca/opac/en-US/skin/roblib/xml/rresult.xml?rt=title&tp=title&l=4&d=2&f=&av=&ol=4&t=kindred%20spirits
“The Nature of Canadian Children’s Literature
Reappraisals: Canadian Writers 25., Source type: Print(0)
“From Pagan to Christian
Reappraisals: Canadian Writers 25., Source type: Print(0)
Anne of Green Gables/Akage no An
Accession Number: 2008297672. Peer Reviewed: Yes. Publication Type: journal article. Language: English. Update Code: 200801. Sequence No: 2008-1-11132; 2008-2-22980., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=2008297672&site=ehost-live
“Centenary Complexities.”
Review of Lucy Maud Montgomery: The Gift of Wings, by Mary Henley Rubio; Storm and Dissonance: L.M. Montgomery and Conflict, edited by Jean Mitchell., Source type: Print(0), http://lmmresearch.org/2009-summary/
Anne of Green Gables as Intertext in Post-1960 Canadian Women’s Fiction.”
Source type: Print(0), http://lmmresearch.org/2009-summary/
In search of structures for the stories of girls and women
Rilla of Ingleside is a less simple work. In it, Anne Shirley Blythe's daughter Rilla is the central figure. She loses her innocent view of life when she chooses to rescue a baby doomed to die from neglect and raises it as her own. Her actions, like those in Rainbow Valley, are a metaphor for those of the naive Canadians who go off to rescue England and Europe and discover how brutal the job is ([Epperly] 119). Montgomery managed, however, to structure the novel so that the war allegory is simultaneously a female bildungsroman. The female bildungsroman, which some sexist critics might dismiss as trivial, gains resonance and significance by being a parallel to the war story. The men do their part for the war and they mature; the women do their part and they too mature. In order to emphasize how Rilla's actions stand for those of all women, Montgomery laces Rilla of Ingleside with stories of other women's actions in support of the war and in support of the human values that will be necessary in the world that survives the war (Epperly 114). These stories together project Montgomery's by - then typical sense of community. The stories gain resonance and significance because the novel's structure has already insisted on the parallelism between the men's heroic acts abroad and the women's heroic acts at home. Through structure, then, Montgomery celebrated and elevated what her female community was and did (Epperly 112 - 114). If Montgomery had stopped her novel with Rilla's coming of age, she would have written a noteworthy feminist novel -- noteworthy in its theme and in its structure. However, she yielded again to the formal expectations or demands of her readers. If Montgomery had stopped, she would have succeeded in deconstructing the standard war story by bringing the submerged different war story to the surface and investing it with equal (if not superior) status. However, she turned Rilla of Ingleside into a formula romance: Rilla's man returns home safe from the fields of Flanders and he marries the patiently waiting, always loyal Rilla (Epperly 124). Again, L.M. Montgomery retreated from radical content and form; again, she conformed. L.M. Montgomery would continue searching for her form, but not right away. She had not wanted to write Anne of Avonlea (1909), and she talked in her journals about struggling to complete it. The novel shows Montgomery's lack of desire. Kilmeny of the Orchard (1910) is a reworking of a piece she had published earlier in an American magazine and shows its earlier composition date. These two works are, however, more than just artistic failures; they represent retreats to structuring patterns that not only are not female but actually privilege the patriarchy. Anne of Avonlea gradually sets up a bipolar opposition between Anne and Gilbert, which, as Epperly points out, associates Anne with "domesticity, pleasure, feeling, effortlessness, complacency, self - indulgence, weakness, reaction" and Gilbert with "the world, work, knowledge, struggle, advancement, honour, strength, action," thereby privileging Gilbert and the male. Other structures also privilege the male: the way Anne's ambitions seem to decline as the novel progresses; the way Anne's redefinition of formula romance to include friendship and mutuality is re - redefined in the end by Gilbert in traditional chivalric terms (Epperly 54); the way the alluded - to texts, in this case passages from the Bible, approve Anne's submission (Epperly 43); the way descriptions are highly analytical lists of attributes, not the ornate, complex sentences of Anne of Green Gables (Epperly 46); the way the fairy tale promise of living "happily ever after" for women who patiently wait is reinforced in plot and subplot (Epperly 46). Kilmeny of the Orchard similarly reinforces formula romance and fairy tale patterns that encourage female passivity. As Epperly has noted, Kilmeny only needs to be beautiful. Her "Prince Charming" will then appear, kiss her, and transform her on the spot (229 - 230)., Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Article; Copyright: Copyright Association for Canadian Studies in the U.S. Winter 1993; DOCID: 441706271; PCID: 6685961; PMID: 54848; ProvJournalCode: ARCS; PublisherXID: CBCAARCS3172293, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.proquest.com/docview/213981637?accountid=14670
The island motif in the fiction of L.M. Montgomery, Margaret Laurence, Margaret Atwood, and other Canadian women novelists
Theodore F. Sheckels.; ;24 cm; Includes bibliographical references (p. [191]-202) and index.; Island Studies Program Collection., Source type: Electronic(1)
Anne in Hollywood
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“Anne in Hollywood
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The uses of setting in Anne of Green Gables
Mavis Reimer, editor.; ;23 cm; Includes index.; Includes bibliographical footnotes., Source type: Print(0)
‘The Other Was Whole’
Source type: Print(0), lmmresearch.org/2010-summary/
“L.M. Montgomery
Reappraisals: Canadian Writers 25., Source type: Print(0)
A few acres of snow
edited by Paul Simpson-Housley and Glen Norcliffe.; ;23 cm; Includes bibliographical references and index., Source type: Electronic(1)
Loving Lucy [Review]
Review of The Selected Journals of L.M. Montgomery, Vol. IV, 1929-1935, eds. Mary Rubio and Elizabeth Waterston, Source type: Print(0)
Green Gables grows greener
Reports on the settlement of rights dispute between the descendants of Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of `Anne of Green Gables,' and Prince Edward Island business and craftspeople who had for decades built Anne's image. Range of paraphernalia the fictitious Anne had inspired; Trademark established by the Montgomery family for Annie merchandise; Agreement announced by Robert Morrissey., M3: Article, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=buh&AN=9512125814&site=ehost-live
“‘A Dusting Off’
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“Constructing a ‘New Girl’
Source type: Print(0), http://lmmresearch.org/2009-summary/
The Fair world of L. M. Montgomery
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In an alphabet I did not know
by Jennie Rubio.; vii, 101 leaves ;28 cm; Thesis (M.A.) -- McMaster University, 1992.; Includes bibliographical references (leaves 100-101)., Source type: Electronic(1)
“‘An Ideal Avonlea’
Special issue: “L.M. Montgomery’s Interior and Exterior Landscapes,” edited by Rosemary Ross Johnston., Source type: Print(0)
Lucy Maud Montgomery ;"The Island's Lady of Stories"
The Women's Institute, Springfield, Prince Edward Island.; :ill. ;19 cm; Published for the "1964 Centennial of the First Confederation Conference of Canada".; Includes poetry and other writings by Montgomery: June (1891) -- Twilight in Abegweit -- In Lover's Lane -- Off to the fishing ground -- The Island Hymn (words and music) -- Prince Edward Island (in The Spirit of Canada , 1939)., Source type: Electronic(1)
Introduction
edited by Mario Rubio & Elizabeth Waterston.; v. :ill., maps, ports. ;24 cm; Includes index.; v.1. 1889-1910 -- v.2. 1910-1921 -- v.3. 1921-1929 -- v.4. 1929-1935 -- v.5 1935-1942.; One U.P.E.I. copy of vol. 5 was signed by the editors. It is a Preservation Copy; must be used in the Special Collections Reading Room., Source type: Print(0)
Montgomery's darker side
1265 words, Source type: Electronic(1)
“Anne of Green Gables
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“Who Do We Think You Are?
Review of Imagining Anne: The Island Scrapbooks of L.M. Montgomery, by Elizabeth Rollins Epperly; Through Lover’s Lane: L.M. Montgomery’s Photography and Visual Imagination, by Elizabeth Rollins Epperly; The Intimate Life of L.M. Montgomery, edited by Irene Gammel; Lucy Maud Montgomery, by Elizabeth MacLeod; After Green Gables: L.M. Montgomery’s Letters to Ephraim Weber, 1916–1941, edited by Hildi Froese Tiessen and Paul Gerard Tiessen; The Selected Journals of L.M. Montgomery, Volume 5: 1935–1942, edited by Mary Rubio and Elizabeth Waterston., Source type: Print(0)
Women Alone -- The Poetry of Lucy Maud Montgomery edited by John Ferns & Kevin McCabe / People You'd Trust Your Life To by Bronwen Wallace / Proper Deafinitions
Review., Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Review; Copyright: Copyright University of British Columbia Spring 1992; DOCID: 8913811; PCID: 486012; PMID: 23008; ProvJournalCode: PCLI; AccNum: 01054482; SupplierID: 92334258, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.proquest.com/docview/218762191?accountid=14670
Probing Montgomery’s Magic.” Review of Magic Island
Source type: Print(0), lmmresearch.org/2010-summary/
Pilgrimages in a land of Penumbra
vorgelegt von Simone Nelles.; 121 leaves ;30 cm; At head of title: Diplomarbeit über das thema (Qualifying diploma dissertation on the topic).; Dem Prüfungsamt bei der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz Fachbereich Angewandte Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaft in Germersheim (presented to the examining board of the Johannes Gutenberg University (Mainz) in the area of Applied Linguistics and Cultural Studies in Germersheim); Having received a B.A. and M.A from the Johannes Gutenberg-Universitt̃ Mainz in Germany and a post-graduate research scholarship from Canada₂s Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Simone Nelles is pursuing her interdisciplinary doctoral research at Carleton University, concentrating on the fiction of Lucy Maud Montgomery, Hugh MacLennan and Ethel Wilson - Website NLA Canada; Thesis (M.A.) -- Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, 1998.; Includes bibliographical references (leaves 108-120)., Source type: Electronic(1)
Snapshot
Source type: Electronic(1)
L.M. Montgomery
by Arthur L. Phelphs.; ;23 cm, Source type: Print(0)
The Deeper, Darker Anne
Source type: Electronic(1), http://library.eureka.cc/WebPages/Search/Result.aspx
Educating the reader
by Laura M. Robinson.; ;28 cm; Comparative study of the writings of Charlotte M. Yonge, Louisa May Alcott and L. M. Montgomery.; Thesis (Ph.D.) -- Queen's University, 1998.; Includes bibliographical references (p. 208-218).; Also available online., Source type: Electronic(1), http://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk2/tape15/PQDD_0007/NQ27853.pdf
Epilogue
Source type: Electronic(1)
Afterword. [Chronicles of Avonlea]
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Alternatives
by Leslie Goddard Scanlon.; ;28 cm; Bibliography : p. 153-157., Source type: Electronic(1)
Subverting the trite
Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Article; Copyright: Copyright Canadian Children's Press 1992; DOCID: 456268011; PCID: 6905021; PMID: 55142; ProvJournalCode: CCLT; PublisherXID: CBCACCLT2747295, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.proquest.com/docview/209005391?accountid=14670
Readers reading L. M. Montgomery.
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)
Multiple meanings called Cavendish
Considers the impact of tourism on local culture in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, from the 1930's to 1990. The farming and fishing community turned summer resort holds multiple meanings for different constituencies, such as tourists who come to photograph the Green Gables house as proof that they have seen the "real island; young people whose visits are a show of independence, marking the passage from childhood to adult life; and local residents who depend on tourism for their livelihood." These and other searches for meaning that take place within community boundaries bring about an intersection of tourism and local culture that challenges conventional notions of traditional culture and massification, authenticity and artificiality. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]; Copyright of Journal of Canadian Studies is the property of Journal of Canadian Studies and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts.), M3: Article, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=ahl&AN=9409213523&site=ehost-live
Women's oral narrative traditions as depicted in Lucy Maud Montgomery's fiction, 1918-1939.
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 protagonists' initiatory experiences in the Canadian bildungsroman
by Gordon Philip Turner.; ;28 cm; Theses (Ph.D.) - University of British Columbia, 1979.; Library also has microform copy in Media Centre.; Bibliography : p. 231-249., Source type: Electronic(1)

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