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Published on October 27th, 2012 | by Damien

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Anne of Green Gables

Over a century ago, Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery introduced readers to Anne Shirley. Best known as Anne of Green Gables, Anne is young orphan who is sent to the east coast of Canada to help a family work on their farm.

While at Green Gables, Anne’s world is widened tremendously. She is exposed to aspects of life never known to her before, and emotions she’s never experienced. It is a beautiful portrait of a world from the past, a world that is at once distant and familiar to the modern reader.

Anne of Green Gables is a calm story about adapting to all that life throws your way, while also learning how to find your place in society. It’s a difficult thing for many people to balance the
dreams that fill their imagination with the expectations put forth by the world we live in.

Anne’s story has helped many young people over time face these questions and find answers through the world of fiction. Life can be complicated, but by being yourself and finding joy in what surrounds you, nothing is too hard.

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About the Author

Damien is a recent graduate from the Radio and Television Arts program at Ryerson. Film and television is a huge passion of his and he has been writing scripts since his high school years, with the dream of one day having his own television drama series!



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