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Margaret Atwood on Anne of Green Gables.

In the Guardian:

'Nobody ever did want me'.

The story of an orphaned, talkative, red-headed 11-year-old sent to a remote farm by mistake, Anne of Green Gables was an instant success in 1908 and, a century later, is still loved by girls from Canada to Japan. Margaret Atwood salutes a childhood classic.

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felis_ultharus
Mar. 31st, 2008 12:18 am (UTC)
Thank you for that ^_^

I remember in Survival, as Margaret Atwood was pointing out that all Canadian novels are depressing, she pointed out that even our most cheerful book -- Anne of Green Gables -- was about an orphan.

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