Canadian writer of the traditional Anne of Green Gables novels, that have been posted between 1908 and 1921. Her various other fiction series are the Emily of New Moon trilogy as well as the Story Gal books. She was also a prolific brief story article writer; her 1912 collection, Chronicles of Avonlea, is particularly popular. She grew up in a rigorous household and acquired few close friends during her youth. Like her imaginary heroine, Anne Shirley, she frequently found escape in the wonderful world of her creativity. Later, she attained a teaching level from Prince of Wales University. The eight books in her well-known Anne of Green Gables series happen on Montgomery’s indigenous Prince Edward Isle and follow heroine Anne Shirley as she matures from an outspoken orphan gal to the smart, still-spunky wife of youth like, Gilbert Blythe. Montgomery’s mom passed away of tuberculosis when she was a child, and she grew up by her paternal grandparents, Donald and Louisa Montgomery. She also briefly resided with her dad and stepmother. With her hubby, Ewan Macdonald, Montgomery acquired three sons. Her Anne of Green Gables books had been turned into a favorite, 3-component Canadian miniseries that starred Megan Comes after.
|1||Attended Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1895-1896, and studied English literature.|
|2||She died in Toronto, but was lain to rest in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island. Flowers and gifts from fans cover her grave every summer.|
|3||Three sons Chester(1912), Hugh Alexander (1914) who died at birth, and Stuart (1915)|
|4||Pictured on an 8¢ Canadian commemorative postage stamp issued in her honor, 15 May 1975.|
|Anne||TV Series novel - 8 episodes filming|
|Project Green Gables||2015-2016||TV Series novel - 51 episodes|
|Green Gables Fables||2014-2016||TV Series novel - 151 episodes|
|Anne of Green Gables||2016||TV Movie characters created by - as L.M. Montgomery / novel: Anne of Greene Gables - as L.M. Montgomery|
|Akage no An: Gurîn Gêburuzu e no michi||2010||novel - as Rûshî Môdo Mongomeri|
|Kon'nichiwa An: Bifô Guriin Gêburusu||2009||TV Series characters - 9 episodes|
|Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning||2008||TV Movie characters|
|Kaze no Shoujo Emily||2007||TV Series novel - 26 episodes|
|Anne||2007||TV Series novel|
|Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series||2000||TV Series characters|
|Emily of New Moon||1998-2000||TV Series novel - 43 episodes|
|Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story||2000||TV Series characters - uncredited|
|Avonlea||1990-1996||TV Series novels "The Story Girl" "The Golden Road" "Chronicles of Avonlea" "Further Chronicles of Avonlea" - 91 episodes|
|Lantern Hill||1989||TV Movie novel "Jane of Lantern Hill"|
|Anne of Avonlea||1987||TV Mini-Series novels "Anne of Avonlea" "Anne of the Island" "Anne of Windy Poplars" - 4 episodes|
|Anne of Green Gables||1985||TV Mini-Series novel - 2 episodes|
|I Know a Secret||1982||Short short story|
|Anne of Green Gables||1979||TV Series novel - 50 episodes|
|Anne of Avonlea||1975||TV Mini-Series novel - 1 episode|
|Anne of Green Gables||1972||TV Mini-Series novel - 5 episodes|
|Anne De Green Gables||1957||TV Movie novel|
|Anne of Green Gables||1956||TV Movie novel|
|Anne of Green Gables||1952||TV Series novel "Anne of Green Gables" - 6 episodes|
|Anne of Windy Poplars||1940||novel - as L.M. Montgomery|
|Anne of Green Gables||1934||from the book "Anne of Green Gables" - as L.M. Montgomery|
|Anne of Green Gables||1919||novel|
|Life and Times||1996||TV Series documentary||Herself|
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|1||In the end I never set out deliberately to write a book. It just 'happened.' One spring I was looking over my notebook of plots for a short serial I had been asked to write for a Sunday School paper. I found a faded entry, written many years before: 'Elderly couple apply to orphan asylum for a boy. By mistake a girl is sent them.' I thought this would do. The result was "Anne of Green Gables". I thought girls in their teens might like it. But grandparents, school and college boys, old pioneers in the Australian bush, Mohammedan girls in India, missionaries in China, monks in remote monasteries, premiers of Great Britain, and redheaded people all over the world have written to me telling me how they loved Anne and her successors.|
|2||[about having written many other books, which never became as successful as "Anne of Green Gables":] "If I'm to be dragged at Anne's chariot wheels the rest of my life, I'll bitterly repent having 'created' her."|
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