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One or Two Women?
Accession Number: 1989061316. Peer Reviewed: No. Publication Type: journal article. Language: English. Update Code: 198901. Sequence No: 1989-1-6039., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=1989061316&site=ehost-live
Anne of Red Hair
Accession Number: 1996078547. Publication Type: journal article. Language: English. Update Code: 199601. Sequence No: 1996-1-6820., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=1996078547&site=ehost-live
Along The Shore
Source type: magazines; Object type: Review; Copyright: Copyright Canadian Library Association Sep 1989; DOCID: 462329241; PCID: 7149831; PMID: 55063; PublisherXID: CBCACNMT2191424, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.proquest.com/docview/225203802?accountid=14670
Anne Made Me Gay
2008 marked the 100th anniversary of the publication of L.M. Montgomery's classic Canadian novel Anne of Green Gables. To celebrate this event two lesbians created a cabaret by and for queer lovers of Anne, the red-headed snippet who taught us to live passionately, speak eloquently, and really dig on other girls. Rosemary Rowe tells the story of that cabaret., Accession Number: 2012025944. Gloss: In special section: 'Queer Performance: Women and Trans Artists.' English summary. Peer Reviewed: No. Publication Type: journal article. Language: English. Update Code: 201206. Sequence No: 2012-1-12090; 2012-2-11942. DOI: 10.3138/ctr.149.6., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=2012025944&site=ehost-live; http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/canadian_theatre_review/v149/149.rowe.html
L.M. Montgomery as a Letter-Writer
Source type: Print(0)
Sexism Down on the Farm? Anne of Green Gables
Accession Number: 1987023898. Peer Reviewed: Yes. Publication Type: journal article. Language: English. Update Code: 198701. Sequence No: 1987-1-6451., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=1987023898&site=ehost-live; http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/childrens_literature_association_quarterly/v011/11.1.weiss-town.html
There are some stories you just shouldn't mess with
587 words, Source type: Electronic(1)
[The annotated Anne of Green Gables]
Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Review; Copyright: Copyright Canadian Children's Press Winter 1997; DOCID: 417991751; PCID: 6181771; PMID: 55142; ProvJournalCode: CCLT; PublisherXID: CBCACCLT4238928, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.proquest.com/docview/208992150?accountid=14670
Lucy Maud Montgomery
285C 0177 016National Film Board; [filmstrip] :those Cavendish years.; 61 frames) ; 1 sound cassette :col. ;17 min; Depicts the tremendous struggles of a young Prince Edward Island woman in her determination to become a writer. Growing up at a time when female authors were unusual, L. M. Montgomery challenged all adversity and went on to become one of Canada's best-loved writers. Mocst of the commentary is taken directly from her personal diaries, and many of the photographs come from her unpublished journals., Source type: Electronic(1)
Mayflowers grow in Sweden too'
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)
The Bogus Ugly Duckling
Source type: Print(0)
Queer children'
Mavis Reimer, editor.; ;23 cm; Includes index.; Includes bibliographical footnotes., Source type: Print(0)
“The Conflicted Worlds Behind the Letters of L.M. Montgomery and Ephraim Weber.”
Source type: Print(0), http://lmmresearch.org/2008-summary/
“Epistolary Performance
Source type: Print(0)
Epistolary Performance
Source type: Electronic(1)
“Bestselling Authors, Magazines, and the International Market.”
Source type: Print(0), http://lmmresearch.org/2009-summary/
Anne Shirley and 'Anne of Green Gables' at the Roxy - 'Here is my Heart,' at the Paramount.
Freckle-faced Anne Shirley, whom Mark Twain once described as fiction's dearest child since Lewis Carroll's little girl, reaches the screen in an enormously fine and touching bit of homespinning called "Anne of Green Gables." Here, in the authentically catholic sense, is a magical family entertainment, manufactured with such genuine humanity and feeling and humor that it is equally fascinating for old and young., Source type: Electronic(1), http://rlproxy.upei.ca/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/101078571?accountid=14670
A Daughter of the House
Source type: Print(0), http://lmmresearch.org/2011-summary/
Road getting smoother for Avonlea producer
1020 words, Source type: Electronic(1)
Anne going on tour at Ottawa theatre
Source type: Electronic(1), http://library.eureka.cc
Emily `talk' with Dutch Thompson
ID: 998; ID: 17963; ID: 2996; 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
Montgomery's Island in the Net
Accession Number: 1999071377. Gloss: French summary. Peer Reviewed: Yes. Publication Type: journal article. Language: English. Update Code: 199901. Sequence No: 1999-1-8996., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=1999071377&site=ehost-live
The Sweetness of Saying 'Mother'? Maternity and Narrativity in L. M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables
Accession Number: 2010296396. Peer Reviewed: Yes. Publication Type: journal article. Language: English. Update Code: 201001. Sequence No: 2010-1-9574., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=2010296396&site=ehost-live
"The Iconography of Islands
Source type: Print(0)
Lying Like Truth
Source type: Electronic(1), http://hdl.handle.net/2027/mdp.39015030109873
The best Candian kids books of all time
Are these books kids want to read, or books they should read? Mary Beaty was quick to admit that her picks were not titles that children would actually peruse of their own free will: "That way lies Gordon Korman, Robert Munsch, and the Hardy Boys, which are the only quasi-Canadian books I can name that kids read voluntarily without adult mentors." Sheila Egoff as well eschewed popularity and simply "went for books that were truly influential." David Jenkinson felt that the "best children's literature should appeal to all ages ... not just the juvenile range for which they were published; adults should also be able to read them with enjoyment." Many of the panelists, like ken Setterington, also commented that "the best books are the ones that are remembered one's whole life." interestingly, given the relative youth of the Canadian children's lit scene, none of the panelists grew up on the titles they chose. With the exception of Anne of Green Gables, all their picks would have been read as adults. Roch Carrier's The Hockey Sweater made many panelists' lists, yet Mary Beaty insists that she and her staff at Kingston Public Library "have never been able to read this to a kids' audience with success"; she claims it is really an adult memoir, which relies more on nostalgia than on a child's true sensibility. While some panelists saw a book's commercial success as a sign of lasting merit, others, like David Jenkinson, professed difficulty in selecting books that had become blockbuster franchises, like Franklin in the Dark. Jenkinson was alone in putting the title on his list, seeing it as a benign addition to "the children's store of animal friends like Babar and Carious George." Mary Beaty proudly included the title on her blacklist, saying it was "sentimental and patronizing." Again, while most panelists saw fit to venerate Dennis Lee's Alligator Pie, that rogue thinker Mary Beaty insisted that Lee was merely slumming when he wrote the children's poems, hoping to "revive a reputation by plagiarizing Lear and Milne., Source type: Electronic(1), http://rlproxy.upei.ca/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/235581473?accountid=14670
Harvesting thistles
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)
Montgomery, Lucy M et al. The Selected Journals Of LM Montgomery, Volume I
Source type: magazines; Object type: Review; Copyright: Copyright Queen's Quarterly Fall 1986; DOCID: 478070351; PCID: 7450051; PMID: 55239; ProvJournalCode: QNQT; PublisherXID: CBCAQNQT1643828, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.proquest.com/docview/233306284?accountid=14670
L. M. Montgomery and Popular Culture, II
Accession Number: 2001630310. Gloss: In French and English; special issue. Peer Reviewed: Yes. Publication Type: journal article. Language: English; French. Update Code: 200101. Sequence No: 2001-1-7796; 2001-2-4850., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=2001630310&site=ehost-live
Untangling the Web
Source type: Electronic(1)
Calling Back the Ghost of the Old-time Heroine
Source type: Electronic(1), http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/SCL/article/view/7907
Queer children'
Source type: Electronic(1)
The Hectic Flush
Source type: Electronic(1)
“Pleasure and Genre
Source type: Print(0)
The selected journals of LM Montgomery, vol III, 1921-1929 // Review
[Montgomery] wished her journals to be preserved, believing them to have "a certain literary value" because they contain "a faithful record of one human being's life." She suggested that her "descendants or literary heirs" (51) might publish an abridgement after her death. Her literal descendant, the late Dr. Stuart Macdonald, authorized their publication and advised the editors on material to be selected or omitted. Rubio and Waterston are certainly literary heirs, since Montgomery, as they attest, "contributed powerfully" to their "moral, intellectual, aesthetic, and emotional fibres, both through her novels and now through her journals" (xxiv). [Ewan Macdonald]'s attacks of what have been diagnosed as religious melancholia are a major element in the troubled marriage but not the only one. Far more than in previous journals, Montgomery here recognizes a basic lack of congeniality. Ewan, she writes, is completely without "feeling for or understanding of literature" (156). Her attachment to beloved places is incomprehensible to him. Moreover, he is jealous not only of her literary achievements but of any praise she receives, even on minor occasions. In the spirit of a modern feminist, Montgomery writes, "Ewan's attitude to women . . . is that of a medieval mind. A woman is a thing of no importance intellectually -- the plaything and servant of man -- and couldn't possibly do anything that would be worthy of real tribute" (48). Rubio and Waterston feel that, during this period, Montgomery is "increasingly in a mood that we would now call 'feminist'" (xii)., Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Review; Copyright: Copyright Association for Canadian Studies in the U.S. Winter 1993; DOCID: 441706131; PCID: 6685961; PMID: 54848; ProvJournalCode: ARCS; PublisherXID: CBCAARCS3172324, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.proquest.com/docview/213984251?accountid=14670
Falling out of the haystack
Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Article; Copyright: Copyright Canadian Children's Press Summer 2001; DOCID: 412375191; PCID: 6054251; PMID: 55142; ProvJournalCode: CCLT, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.proquest.com/docview/208995025?accountid=14670
LM Montgomery & the French
Source type: scholarlyjournals; Object type: Review; Copyright: Copyright Canadian Children's Press Summer 1995; DOCID: 440730561; PCID: 6653621; PMID: 55142; ProvJournalCode: CCLT; PublisherXID: CBCACCLT3470791, Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.proquest.com/docview/208960877?accountid=14670
The image of Canada in Canadian children's literature
CTM2181; [microform] /Laura Alice Stevenson.; reel microfilm ;35 mm; Thesis (M.A.) - University of Western Ontario, 1968., Source type: Electronic(1)
Who Do We Think You Are?
Accession Number: 2008302843. Peer Reviewed: Yes. Publication Type: journal article. Language: English. Update Code: 200801. Sequence No: 2008-1-11116., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=2008302843&site=ehost-live
"Grief and Anne of Green Gables
ID: 2501; ID: 19466; ID: 4499, Source type: Electronic(1), 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
Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Conference of the Children's Literature Association, University of Toronto, March, 1979
M1: ii, 203 pp.; Accession Number: 1982073449. Gloss: Avail. from Children's Lit. Assn., Eng. Dept., Iona Coll. New Rochelle, NY 10801. Publication Type: book collection. Language: English. Update Code: 198201. Sequence No: 1982-4-1412., Source type: Electronic(1), http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=mzh&AN=1982073449&site=ehost-live

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