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L. M. Montgomery

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L. M. Montgomery

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Children's Book



Perspective and Narrator

The story of Anne of Green Gables is told by a third-person omniscient narrator, who resembles a town insider or gossip, showing sympathy for some and judgment for others.


Anne of Green Gables is written in the past tense.

About the Title

Anne is the name of the main character. Green Gables is the name of the farmhouse where she is brought to live. The title Anne of Green Gables reflects Anne's sense of belonging in this setting.


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