Objects & Places from Anne of Green Gables

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Object Descriptions

Green Gables - This is the fabled home of Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert owned by the author's cousins and frequented by the author as a child.

East Gable - This is Anne's room at Green Gables.

Idlewild - This is a patch of birch trees, home to Anne and Diana's playhouse.

Amethyst Brooch - This is Marilla's piece of jewelry which Marilla suspects Anne has thoughtlessly lost and the incident sparks the Sunday school picnic drama.

Haunted Wood - This is the spruce tree area over the brook that Diana and Anne imagined being haunted so powerfully that they were now both afraid of it.

White Way of Delight - This is Anne's affectionate name for the 'Avenue,' a scenic stretch of road arched over by apple trees.

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