Since publication, Anne of Green Gables has sold more than 50 million copies. Montgomery wrote the novel in the twilight of the day, sitting at her window and overlooking the fields of Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Public Domain (P)2012 Trout Lake Media
I love Anne of Green Gables. The story never grows old even after the fourth time.
The tender moments between Anne and Matthew and the budding romance between Anne and Gilbert, of course, are memorable. Anne's exuberant personality is most outstanding.
Victoria doesn't quite capture the spirit of Anne. She's a little stiff for Anne but does a better job with Murilla.
I plan to listen to the whole series. It is very old fashioned and charming even as it
is filled with overly wordy and cliche description. That is part of the fun. And the characters
Are interesting. Also the historic setting and way of life is delightful.
I enjoyed the heroine. She was lively and reflective. Her actual dialogue bothe external and internal was captivating. The author's own narrative through out the story was oddly
Cliche and overwrought in contrast.
The voice artist was very stiff as if biting each word. And there was not a great deal
Of artistry in variety of voice characters.
Robots who want to be amused by listening to a human who is trying to sound like a robot.
nope. I do not like her writing style.
The narrator was HORRIBLE. She sounded like she was attempting to imitate an electronic phone voice.
I could not get past the irritation of the sound of the narrator's voice.
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