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L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : so excited to hear one of my lifelong heroes Elizabeth Epperly 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : "the performed past is the lived present" 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Someone might want to look at whether the princess in this book owes a debt to Princess Varvara in M4M https://t.co/yVrapuGuD7 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Grandmother's death/temporal drag and the 1-2 movement of LMM time. Epperly 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Epperly: LMM time may be what modernists objected to most. Sequence and cycle fold into one. 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Epperly references Waterston's Magic Island, quotes sections with Marigold and Grandmother https://t.co/jBxToGVh9L 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : M4M questions time and *the* time ( redeeming the maud book we all hate) 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Betsy: "Montgomery's gendering of time" temporal drag, deliberately provocative, time like crest of wave and undertow pulling back 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Interesting M4M facts LMM shared a birthday with Winston Churchill. Churchill's wife was Clementine. They had a daughter, Marigold 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : The sentences before the conclusion, from the narrator, do important relational work. Epperly 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Elizabeth Epperly illuminates LMM 's 1929 Magic for Marigold, initially found it *disturbing* https://t.co/8cxAz4Ld3U 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : M4M questions time and the times. Epperly via Waterston 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Betsy: Magic for Marigold an "exasperating book" - Marigold sealed in a glass coffin at the end? Stand by ... 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Epperly talks of her Fragrance of Sweetgrass: the scholarly work that changed my perspective of 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Shout out to Elizabeth Waterston...she's everyone's hero. Read all of her books. 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow ends where Magic of Marigold begins. 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow And now..."The Betsy Talk..." “ Magic’s for Marigold: Engendering Questions About What’s Lasts.” 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow Friends, we are trending! Let's keep it going! https://t.co/z6qhMJmMCr 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Did mean to endorse the ideal woman stereotype or is their a bit of a smirk? Collins: she meant it. 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite
L. M. Montgomery Institute @LMMI_PEI Follow RT : Carole: stereotype of self-sacrificing Indian maiden -- Eleanor vs Tannis. Ok, we all need to re-read "Tannis of the Flats" now! 3 years 7 months ago Reply Retweet Favorite

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