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  1. The Journals of L.M. Montgomery - Volume II: 1910-1921

    The Journals of L.M. Montgomery - Volume II: 1910-1921

    p>Edited by Mary Rubio and Elizabeth Waterston

    In this volume of the famous author’s journals, readers are taken through a period of great upheaval in Lucy Maud Montgomery’s life.  With “Anne of Green Gables” having just been published, Montgomery reflects on the death of her grandmother, her honeymoon to Scotland and England, her new life in Ontario with her husband – a Presbyterian minister – and the trials and joys of motherhood.  Montgomery reveals her important friendships, the realities of a domestic life and the often anxious existence she lived within her marriage.  Written in the most honest and reflective nature, these journals provide a look into the life of the world-famous author and how she handled her brightest and darkest moments.

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  2. The Journals of L.M. Montgomery Volume I: 1889-1910

    The Journals of L.M. Montgomery Volume I: 1889-1910

    Edited by Mary Rubio and Elizabeth Waterston

    The Selected Journals of L.M. Montgomery provides a fascinating look at the private reflections of the famous author from the time she was 14 years old until the year before she was married and left Prince Edward Island. Readers will be treated to her days as a schoolgirl in Cavendish, her year spent in Saskatchewan with her father, her days at college and university, her teaching career, the trying time she spent caring for her grandmother and finally, the publication of Anne of Green Gables.  Montgomery’s school girl crushes, later romantic infatuations and impressions of life are reflected in her frank, humorous and insightful memoirs - outlined in the most detailed and honest fashion.

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  3. The Journals of L.M. Montgomery - Volume III: 1921-1929

    The Journals of L.M. Montgomery - Volume III: 1921-1929

    p>Edited by Mary Rubio and Elizabeth Waterston

    Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874-1942) - whose Anne of Green Gables and many other novels are loved by readers around the world - kept extensive journals for most of her life.

    In the 1920s, L.M. Montgomery is in mature mid-life, and her personal and professional lives are becoming even more complex. Montgomery juggles the demands of motherhood, parish obligations, indifferent household help, grief at the loss of older friends and family, and appeals by her P.E.I. clan for advice and assistance. There are also triumphs and trials more closely related to her position as a best-selling author: growing fame, and the successful launch of her new heroines 'Emily' and 'Marigold'.

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