Anne of Green Gables Literary Qualities
Anne of Green Gables Topics for Discussion
Anne of Green Gables Ideas for Reports and Papers
Anne of Green Gables For Further Reference
Anne of Green Gables Bibliography
Epperly, Elizabeth R. The Fragrance of Sweet-Grass: L. M. Montgomery’s Heroines and the Pursuit of Romance. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1992. Anne is among the heroines discussed; bibliographical references and index are included.
Foster, Shirley, and Judy Simons. What Katy Read: Feminist Re-Readings of the “Classic” Stories for Girls. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1995. Feminist readings of stories including Anne of Green Gables; bibliographical references and index.
Gillen, Mollie. The Wheel of Things: A Biography of L. M. Montgomery, Author of “Anne of Green Gables.” Toronto: Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 1975.
Montgomery, L. M. The Alpine Path: The Story of My Career. Toronto: Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 1974. Reprinted from Montgomery’s autobiographical articles written for Everywoman’s World, a Toronto periodical, in 1917.
Montgomery, L. M. The Annotated “Anne of Green Gables,” edited by Wendy E. Barry et al. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. This edition of Montgomery’s novel adds critical analyses on both the work and its author.
Rootland, Nancy. Anne’s World, Maud’s World: The Sacred Sites of L. M. Montgomery. Halifax, N.S.: Nimbus, 1996. This interesting illustrated companion to Montgomery’s fiction shows literary landmarks related to the fiction of several Canadian authors including Montgomery. Includes maps and bibliographical references.
Rubio, Mary, ed. Harvesting Thistles: The Textual Garden of L. M. Montgomery. Contains essays on the novels and journals of Montgomery, with bibliographical references and an index.
Rubio, Mary, and Elizabeth Waterston. Writing a Life: L. M. Montgomery. Toronto: ECW Press, 1995. A biography of Montgomery including bibliographical references and an index.
Sorfleet, John R., ed. L. M. Montgomery: An Assessment. Toronto: Canadian Children’s Press, 1976. A collection of critical articles seeking to reassess Montgomery’s significance. Jean Little’s chapter “But What About Jane?” (pages 71 to 81) is especially good.