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Such a Simple Little Tale

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New in paperback 2003.
Here is a compilation of the best critical essays on this enduring classic. Selections focus on the many perspectives from which Anne of Green Gables is viewed. Is it children's literature, or does it fit a different area of literary scholarship? Each of the articles breaks new ground in the literary criticism of Montgomery's book. Also included is a comprehensive bibliographic guide to the research and criticism of Anne, from the earliest reviews to the most recent essays.

Contributors: Temma R. Berg, Susan Drain, Carol Gay, Nancy Huse, Susan Jackson, Eve Kornfeld, T.D. MacLulich, Perry Nodelman, Mavis Reimer, Catherine Ross, Mary Rubio, Marilyn Solt, Gillian Thomas, Janet Weiss-Townsend, and Muriel Whitaker.

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Publisher: Scarecrow Press

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  • ISBN: 9781461671480
  • Release date: September 20, 2013

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  • ISBN: 9781461671480
  • File size: 1253 KB
  • Release date: September 20, 2013

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English

New in paperback 2003.
Here is a compilation of the best critical essays on this enduring classic. Selections focus on the many perspectives from which Anne of Green Gables is viewed. Is it children's literature, or does it fit a different area of literary scholarship? Each of the articles breaks new ground in the literary criticism of Montgomery's book. Also included is a comprehensive bibliographic guide to the research and criticism of Anne, from the earliest reviews to the most recent essays.

Contributors: Temma R. Berg, Susan Drain, Carol Gay, Nancy Huse, Susan Jackson, Eve Kornfeld, T.D. MacLulich, Perry Nodelman, Mavis Reimer, Catherine Ross, Mary Rubio, Marilyn Solt, Gillian Thomas, Janet Weiss-Townsend, and Muriel Whitaker.

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