Lucy Maud Montgomery

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Noun1.Lucy Maud Montgomery - Canadian novelist (1874-1942)Lucy Maud Montgomery - Canadian novelist (1874-1942)  
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Although directed to teen audiences and published under Penguin's teen imprint, many an adult already familiar with the works of L.
Other works by Adam-Michael James include the musical drama The Nine Lives of L.
Here are tales of gilding a treasured volume in white morocco for Pope John XXIII; of matching wits against the cousins of L.
What they should have in childhood are nursery rhymes, silly poetry, Beatrix Potter, Robin Hood, and then later, Robert Louis Stevenson, L.
Scott Fitzgerald, "Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bront', "Anna Karenina" by Leo Tolstoy, "Gone With the Wind" by Margaret Mitchell, "The Grapes of Wrath" by Steinbeck, "The Blue Castle" by L.
It has long been recognized that Anne's world reaches well beyond the Cavendish farmhouse where L.
THE PUBLISHER MUST BE QUOTED: "Adultery, illegitimacy, misogyny, revenge, murder, despair, bitterness, hatred, and death--usually not the first terms associated with L.
The Montgomery Theatre will produce works that either influenced or were influenced by Anne author L.
GANANOQUE, Ontario A Thousand Islands Playhouse presentation of a musical in two acts, with music by Bob Johnston and Nancy White, lyrics by Johnston, White and Jeff Hochhauser, and book by Hochhanser, based on the novels by L.
A Theatre for Young People production of the beloved L.
The publisher also announced that it is to release a scrapbook in March 2008 entitled Imagining Anne: The Scrapbooks of L.