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Insecurity and its Effects on Relationships in L.M. Montgomery's Ann of Green Gables

Summary: Analysis of L.M. Montgomery's Ann of Green Gables characters in a psychological perspective. Examines the insecurity of people and how they affect relationships.
There are many insecure and unconfident people in the world. Anne of Green Gables, written by L.M. Montgomery, has many characters that displayed these attributes. The novel is about eleven year old Anne Shirley, who gets adopted by Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert. The Cuthberts wanted a boy, but they took a liking to Anne. Anne of Green Gables describes the challenges Anne faces through the tribulations of her adolescence. During the adolescence stages children are confronted with many issues that if not resolved may follow them into adulthood. The novel was written from the narrator's point of view and states the details of events in the story. A psychological point of view would analyze the behaviors and traits of the characters.

One of Anne's traits is her creative mind. Anne exhibits an excessive imagination through...

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