Beschreibung bei Amazon Lucy Maud Montogmery was a Canadian fiction writer who was best known for a series of novels beginning with Anne of Green Gables.
Photos by Kerry Michaels. When Lucy Maud Montgomery created Anne Shirley, she contributed a memorable character to the rich literature of orphans: Each of these children is tested again and again by cruel adults and brutal circumstances, yet each manages to triumph over adversity, and see and shape a kinder world along the way.
In giving Anne such a connection to Avonlea, Montgomery reveals the way place can fire the imagination, and imagination, in turn, is what enables a skinny red-haired girl not only to survive but to thrive.
Even so, she insists that Anne was not based on anyone she knew.
I have used real places and speeches freely but I have never put any person I knew into my books. Visitors to the house can find rooms full of photographs, handwritten letters framed and on the walls, and a breakfront with the reminder that it was in just such a reflection that Anne and Maud conversed with their imagined companions.
Or perhaps Montgomery did see the common themes of their lives but chose never to admit that to anyone, including herself. For she is and always has been, from the moment I first thought of her, so real to me that I feel I am doing violence to something when I deny her an existence anywhere save in Dreamland.
And I shall not be in the least surprised because I have always known she was somewhere. Like Anne Shirley, Maud Montgomery valued the imagination almost as much as life itself.
Like Anne, she deliberately chose to emphasize beauty—desiring, always, both to see it and to make it. And perhaps most important, like Anne, she found solace and sustenance in the natural world. Catherine Reid has taught at a number of different schools, most recently at Warren Wilson College, in Asheville, North Carolina, where she served as director of the creative writing program and specialized in creative nonfiction and environmental writing.LM Montgomery, who died in , is one of Canada's best-loved authors, and wrote 19 other novels as well as the hugely popular children's classic.
Kate Macdonald Butler, daughter of Montgomery's youngest son Stuart Macdonald, made the long-kept family secret public in an article for Canada's Globe and Mail. When Lucy Maud Montgomery was a baby, her mother died of tuberculosis.
Her father, Hugh John Montgomery, left her with her maternal grandparents, the Macneills, on a farm in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island. Lucy Maud Montgomery OBE (November 30, – April 24, ), published as L. M. Montgomery, was a Canadian author best known for a series of novels beginning in with Anne of Green Gables.
The book was an immediate success. "The Alpine Path" is a short autobiographical sketch written by author Lucy Maud Montgomery for a Canadian women's magazine. It captures her at a high point in her life and career, already famous for her novel "Anne of Green Gables", and with several additional novels to her credit/5(33).
When Lucy Maud Montgomery created Anne Shirley, she contributed a memorable character to the rich literature of orphans: Jane Eyre, Tom Sawyer, and Huck Finn, along with Dickens’s Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, and Pip of Great Expectations. Lucy Maud Montogmery was a Canadian fiction writer who was best known for a series of novels beginning with Anne of Green Gables.
The book was an immediate success and was followed by a series of sequels with Anne as a .