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Anne Of Green Gables (New ed)

Part of the Everyman's Library Children's Classics series
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The appeal of this Canadian classic children's book is seemingly everlasting - for it is a story of an individual making good by her own efforts, an orphaned girl sent to live with an elderly brother and sister who really want a boy to help on the farm.

First published in 1908, the book was written by a scoolteacher who'd experienced the same upbringing as her heroine and who set her story in the place she knew best - Prince Edward Island.

The story was popular from the start, and Mark Twain described Anne as 'the dearest, and most lovable child in fiction since the ommortal Alice'.

The book has been filmed, staged, tramslated in many languages, and has been introduced by a highly successful TV dramatization.

Sybil Tawse, English portrait painter and illustrator of many classics, including Mrs Gaskell's CRANFORD and Lamb's ESSAYS OF ELIA, provided the pen-and-ink drawings in 1933.

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1857159365 / 9781857159363
United Kingdom
384p., [8]p. of plates : ill. (some col.)
21 cm
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Quiz No: 200039, Points 17.00, Book Level 7.30,
Middle Years - Key Stage 2 Learn More
Originally published: 1908.