Anne of Green Gables

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Books for children are tough to write these days as the children of the present era demand more details and reasoning. Lucy Maud Montgomery has been a specialist in the field, the author writes in engaging style especially for the children. Each aspect is carefully dealt so that the imagination of a child is never destroyed.

Rachel McAdams keeps this thing in view during narration too thus the message is conveyed brilliantly to the audience. Marilla and Matthew the two older people in the novel are brother and sister. They have lived their life in complete isolation and it can be said that their life has lost expression. In old age the two have no one to look after them, thus they decide to hire an orphan boy for their household work. Instead of a boy they receive a girl named Anne. Not only Anne is young but she is opposite to all what the two old brother and sister stand for.

She is energetic, talkative and loves to make friends with everyone she meets around her. She brings expression to the life of the two and not only this, her presence has an impact on everyone around. Anne of Avonlea is of the same pattern with only some difference in the surrounding thus it can also be listened after finishing this one.

Lucy has created these magical figures in literature which have an everlasting charm. The charm is there because the characters appear so real to the fans. Their talk and the way they see life reminds us of our own youth during which we had such vibrant thoughts in our heart.


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