Remembering Lucy Maud Montgomery / Alexandra Heilbron.

Author
Heilbron, Alexandra [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Toronto, Ontario ; Oxford, England : The Dundurn Group, 2001.
  • ©2001
Description
1 online resource (257 p.)

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Summary note
One of Canada's best-loved authors is remembered through first-hand reminiscences of the people who knew her.
Notes
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Source of description
Description based on print version record.
Language note
English
Contents
  • Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Chapter One - Maud, Beloved Aunt and Grandmother; Georgie (Campbell) MacLeod; Amy (Campbell) Lambert; Roma (Montgomery) Campbell; Keith Webb; Marion (Webb) Laird; Lorraine (Webb) Wright; Luella (Macdonald) Veijalainen; Chapter Two - Mrs. Macdonald as an Employer; Elsie (Bushby) Davidson; Helen (Mason) Schafer; Ethel (Dennis) Currie; Ethel (Swindlehurst) Webb; Chapter Three - Maud as Neighbour and Friend; Ed Campbell Jr.; Mary (Coupland) Maxwell; Norma Urquhardt; Joan (Browne) Carter; Ethel (Bignell) Haines; Dorothy (Watson) McLean
  • Isabelle (Mustard) St. JohnEva (Banks) Dalton; Olive (Harrison) Elliot; Eleanor Dawson; Chapter Four - Mrs. Macdonald, Our Sunday School Teacher; Margaret (Macdonald) McKane; Craig Reid; Jean (Giffen) Macdonald; Claude McLaughlin; Ruth (Giffen) Forgrave; Jim Clark; Chapter Five - L.M. Montgomery, Famous Author; Bernice (Thurman) Hunter; Linda (Olive Watson) Sparks; Betty Ball; Mary Skinner; Desmond Newell; Chapter Six - Articles about L.M. Montgomery, 1909-1942; Miss Montgomery, the Author of the "Anne" Books; L.M. Montgomery
  • "Anne of Green Gables" is Story of Miss L.M. Montgomery's ChildhoodThe Author of Anne; Fiction Writers on Fiction Writing, 1923; Famous Author and Simple Mother; The Best Known Woman in Prince Edward Island; Minister's Wife and Authoress; Poetry Her First Love Says L.M. Montgomery; L.M. Montgomery as a Letter Writer; Notes
ISBN
  • 1-282-81458-3
  • 9786612814587
  • 1-55488-006-8
  • 1-4175-9813-1
OCLC
243916310
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