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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If not, check out the awesome book series written by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery.
PEI is the epicentre of the Anne of Green Gables tourism industry as the enduring 1908 novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery is based here and there are trips to Montgomery's cousins' farm and home in Cavendish, which provided much of the inspiration for the book, and the Green Gables Museum at Montgomery's aunt and uncle's home, Silver Bush, in Park Corner.
Fiction | Biography | Lucy Maud Montgomery | Canadian History I Romance
They also cross paths with historical luminaries such as Lucy Maud Montgomery (author of "Anne of Green Gables"), temperance advocate Carrie Nation, and legendary American author/satirist Mark Twain (played by William Shatner).
Lucy Maud Montgomery, the beloved author of Anne of Green Gables, was killed in a sense by a minister without theology.
By Sylvia Ashby, adapted from the novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery, directed by Tim Waite.
One of my favorite quotes is, 'Tomorrow is always fresh, with no mistakes in it' from the character Anne Shirley in "Anne of Green Gables," written by Lucy Maud Montgomery.
Prince Edward Island features attractions and festivals that pay homage to the Anne of Green Gables novels - author Lucy Maud Montgomery grew up there.
We begin with a story from one of the most famous of all Canadian authors, Lucy Maud Montgomery, a story from one of the later books in her worldfamous series based on the character of Anne of Green Gables.
It was poignant to stand in the room where Lucy Maud Montgomery was married and read one of her last letters to a friend.