The Complete Journals of L.M. Montgomery: The PEI Years, 1889-1900 Hardcover – Jun 15 2012
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"Reading these pages and examining the teenaged Montgomery's photographs, we are given a full and intimate look into the development of an astonishingly gifted young writer's life and work." --Jane Urquhart
"compelling reading." --The Prairie Journal
"Fascinating." l--The Toronto Star
"A fascinating reading experience." --The Globe and Mail
"All photographs that Montgomery inserted into her manuscript are now embedded in the text, creating a multi-media impact - and the result is beautiful." --Chronicle Herald
About the Author
Mary Henley Rubio is professor emerita at the University of Guelph. Her biography Lucy Maud Montgomery: The Gift of Wings (Doubleday, 2008) was nominated for British Columbia's National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction and has successfully sold across the world. Rubio's other publications include co-editing with Elizabeth Hillman Waterston five volumes of The Selected Journals of L.M. Montgomery (Oxford University Press, 1985-2005). Elizabeth Hillman Waterston, FRCS, O.Ont., is professor emerita at the University of Guelph. Her critical work, Magic Island: The Fictions of L.M. Montgomery (Oxford, 2008), considers all of Montgomery's novels in the context of a richly textured imaginative landscape. Other books by Waterston include Rapt in Plaid: Canadian Literature and the Scottish Tradition (University of Toronto Press, 2003) and Children's Literature in Canada (Simon and Schuster, 1992), as well as two recent novels: Passion Spent (Lulu, 2007) and At the Corner of Hope (Borealis,2008).
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After reading the book, I read again the Anne of Green Gables series with so much more enjoyment.
The comments by Mrs Rubio add to the insight of a life and times of this great author!
Authentic, unabridged diary entries - fun to read!
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This year I find that they are re-releasing the first journal with ALL entries present and I quickly preordered my copy from Amazon. It took a while for a copy to find its way to me but I was glad when it finally did and I jumped right in. I immediately liked how much better the new version is formatted - with all of the pictures within the texts and the footnotes at the bottom of each page rather than at the back of the book.
The journal itself is hard to describe. I remember when reading the journals originally, I thought that it was odd how Maud went from this happy go lucky girl to this somber, sad woman as the years went on. However, now with all of the entries put back in, one can see that she was always a bit moody and prone to the blues from an early age. While her blues seem to have been more prevalent as the years went on, it's not something that stared with her marriage, it was with her long before that. I also liked being able to read more of her verbose entries about the landscapes.
I feel after reading this journal in full I have a better understanding of who Maud was and I like her a lot more. I'm very glad they decided to redo these and hope that there is more to come!
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