Complete Works of Lucy Maud Montgomery: 18 Complete Works (150+ Works) (Anne of Green Gables Series, Anne of Avonlea, Story Girl, Golden Road, Kilmeny of the Orchard, Alpine Path, Story Girl, Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1896 to 1922, And More) [NOOK Book]

Complete Works of Lucy Maud Montgomery: 18 Complete Works (150+ Works) (Anne of Green Gables Series, Anne of Avonlea, Story Girl, Golden Road, Kilmeny of the Orchard, Alpine Path, Story Girl, Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1896 to 1922, And More)

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Complete Works of Lucy Maud Montgomery: 18 Complete Works (150+ Works)!

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Works Included:

Anne of Green Gables

Anne of Avonlea

Anne of the Island

Anne's House of Dreams

Rainbow Valley

Rilla of Ingleside

Chronicles of Avonlea

Further Chronicles of Avonlea

The Golden Road

Kilmeny of the Orchard

Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1896 to 1901:
A case of trespass -- A Christmas inspiration -- A Christmas mistake -- A strayed allegiance -- An invitation given on impulse -- Detected by the camera -- In spite of myself -- Kismet -- Lillian's business venture -- Miriam's lover -- Miss Calista's peppermint bottle -- The jest that failed -- The Penningtons' girl -- The red room -- The setness of Theodosia -- The story of an invitation -- The touch of fate -- The waking of Helen -- The way of winning Anne -- Young Si.

Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1902 to 1903:
A patent medicine testimonial -- A sandshore wooing -- After many days -- An unconventional confidence -- Aunt Cyrilla's Christmas basket -- Davenport's story -- Emily's husband -- Min -- Miss Cordelia's accommodation -- Ned's stroke of business -- Our runaway kite -- The bride roses -- The Josephs' Christmas -- The magical bond of the sea -- The martyrdom of Estella -- The old chest at Wyther Grange -- The Osbornes' Christmas -- The romance of Aunt Beatrice -- The running away of Chester -- The strike at Putney -- The unhappiness of Miss Farquhar -- Why Mr. Cropper changed his mind.

Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1904:
A fortunate mistake -- An unpremeditated ceremony -- At the Bay Shore Farm -- Elizabeth's child -- Freda's adopted grave -- How Don was saved -- Miss Madeline's proposal -- Miss Sally's company -- Mrs. March's revenge -- Nan -- Natty of Blue Point -- Penelope's party waist -- The girl and the wild race -- The promise of Lucy Ellen -- The pursuit of the ideal -- The softening of Miss Cynthia -- Them notorious pigs -- Why not ask Miss Price?

Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1905 to 1906
A correspondence and a climax -- An adventure on Island Rock -- At five o'clock in the morning -- Aunt Susanna's birthday celebration -- Bertie's New Year -- Between the hill and the valley -- Clorinda's gifts -- Cyrilla's inspiration -- Dorinda's desperate deed -- Her own people -- Ida's New Year cake -- In the old valley -- Jane Lavinia -- Mackereling out in the gulf -- Millicent's double -- The blue north room -- The Christmas surprise at Enderly Road -- The dissipation of Miss Ponsonby -- The Falsoms' Christmas dinner -- The Fraser Scholarship -- The girl at the gate -- The light on the Big Dipper -- The prodigal brother -- The redemption of John Churchill -- The schoolmaster's letter -- The story of Uncle Dick -- The understanding of Sister Sara -- The unforgotten one -- The wooing of Bessy -- Their girl Josie -- When Jack and Jill took a hand.

Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1907 to 1908:
A millionaire's proposal -- A substitute journalist -- Anna's love letters -- Aunt Caroline's silk dress -- Aunt Susanna's Thanksgiving dinner -- By grace of Julius Caesar -- By the rule of contrary -- Fair exchange and no robbery -- Four winds -- Marcella's reward -- Margaret's patient -- Matthew insists on puffed sleeves -- Missy's room -- Ted's afternoon off -- The girl who drove the cows -- The doctor's sweetheart -- The end of the Young family feud -- The genesis of the Doughnut Club -- The growing up of Cornelia -- The Old Fellow's letter -- The parting of the ways -- The promissory note -- The revolt of Mary Isabel -- The twins and a wedding.

Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1909 to 1922:
A golden wedding -- A redeeming sacrifice -- A soul that was not at home -- Abel and his great adventure -- Akin to love -- Aunt Philippa and the men -- Bessie's doll -- Charlotte's ladies -- Christmas at Red Butte -- How we went to the wedding -- Jessamine -- Miss Sally's letter -- My lady Jane -- Robert Turner's revenge -- The Fillmore elderberries -- The finished story -- The garden of spices -- The girl and the photograph -- The gossip of Valley View -- The letters -- The life-book of Uncle Jesse -- The little black doll -- The man on the train -- The romance of Jedediah -- The tryst of the white lady -- Uncle Richard's New Year dinner -- White magic.

The Alpine Path: A Story of My Career

The Story Girl
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149546404
  • Publisher: Consumer Oriented Ebooks Publisher
  • Publication date: 4/12/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 581,795
  • File size: 4 MB

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