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L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Tulloch: Now discussing Kit Pearson's The Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth -- who calls out https://t.co/tlTt4pT4zQ 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Tulloch: Everything on a Waffle is compared to Anne of Green Gables. 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : What makes Anne the Anne-girl? Her ability and determination (and constant need) to speak are important - Bonnie Tulloch 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Tulloch: Rose doesn't just imagine herself into adventure, she lives them. 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Tulloch: Connects with Rose from Janet Lunn's The Root Cellar = the descriptions of the two characters… https://t.co/fYCDmqxHJA 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Some scholars view Anne as an adventurer, others perceive her as an artist. All agree that she is different, and a… https://t.co/uqRngPIbX2 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Are there modern Anne-girls? Bonnie Tulloch suggests several modern Canadian novels as literary descendants… https://t.co/fTUaO0edEA 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Tulloch: What is the Image of the Anne-girl - primary ideas is "dialogue." - she is brave enough to speak! The power of dialogue. 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : A crowd pleaser at : PhD researcher Bonnie Tulloch on Canadian literary Anne-girls in the tradition of… https://t.co/LRwOZtGG6p 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Bonnie Tulloch asks « What makes an Anne-girl »? Is it the red hair, the lack of parents, or something more intangi… https://t.co/9oFCuOvJc5 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Bonnie Tulloch is discussing Janet Lunn Kit Pearson and Polly Horvath and her connection… https://t.co/X7TnDGvu2C 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow The last presenter is Bonnie Tulloch "Canadian 'Anne-girl[s]': Literary Descendants of Montgomery's Redheaded Heroi… https://t.co/nMb0KRktpK 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : In rereading, we engage with earlier versions of ourselves. Reflective nostalgia. Margaret Steffler 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Steffler: rereading Anne is not a linear process but a cyclical one. Return to the slow time of childhood. 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Steffler & Foreman: Re-reading as more personal that the initial reading. 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Margaret Steffler: consider “eviction” from childhood home AND eviction from childhood itself. 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Steffler and Foreman discuss the nostalgic idea around home, safety of home vs. home as imprisonment in 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Margaret Steffler found comfort and space through homesickness in . 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Montgomery's reading database will soon be available to the public 10 months 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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