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L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Matilda reading between the lines of Anne's history has been a common thread in many of the panels this year. So interesting! 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : cited by Mackey. “We were a girl named Laura...” just as we were girls named Anne/Emily/Jane? 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Mackey: I would be a different person if I had not encountered Montgomery's books . 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Mackey: Mentions opening and how that is a rereading of 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Mackey: As we read what we bring to the text changes. 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : The ending of the Pat series is a little disconcerting. Pat owns Silver Bush and in the end is owned by Jingle… https://t.co/HT8AFWvDuj 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : - but to be a true game everyone needs a varied board! https://t.co/vj1rRvr3Hd 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Mackey: When does the reading stop? 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Mackey: Feels "energized" when she reads Jane of Lantern Hill, but sad when finishes Mistress Pat. 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : “the fact that somebody with a name in a book could die” was a profound experience for Margaret Mackey in encounter… https://t.co/pVzXO1C9qT 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Now for a keynote at Margaret Mackey (University of Alberta) “L.M. Montgomery and the Shadow Life of an I… https://t.co/4veQaYf6BK 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Mackey: Aesthetic Reading = sometimes the characters move into our minds and take them over. 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Mackey: Next four years read . She felt like she knew these characters in a way she didn't know her own siblings. 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Mackey: Visited the in 1962 and looking for "Diana's light" and then realized she doesn't exist...but yet, to her, she did. 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Nice job discussing https://t.co/HtCwQ5TN7l 8 months 3 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : 's process in creating the scrapbooks is a bit of a mystery; Maud was pretty crafty. 8 months 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Wasylenky: had a lifelong obsession with ideal beauty. Connected to her love of Tennyson, Scott, etc. 8 months 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Absolutely loving Natalia Dukatova's personal stories about teaching Anne (so much that I have been too distracted to tweet!) 8 months 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : N Dukavoka : « Some teachers allowed students to choose between AoGG and E.T. I gave no alternative. Everyone had t… https://t.co/0ZLp4u9SPI 8 months 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : re Alcott connection the Alcott family house was purchased and preserved by another writer who respected A… https://t.co/got6AD2qxf 8 months 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite

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