Anne of Green Gables Essay & Project Ideas

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1. The educational system described in Anne of Green Gables is clearly different from today's. Compare the schools you have attended with the Avonlea school.

2. In some ways Anne and her friends seem very much like eleven-year-olds today, but there are major differences in attitudes, experiences, and pastimes.

Compare the attitudes and activities of Anne and her friends with those of modern eleven-year-olds.

3. Anne of Ingleside, the final novel in the Anne series, relates the experiences of Anne's children. How are their lives different from hers as described in Anne of Green Gables? How does each child resemble Anne?

4. Sometimes a writer uses the differences between the central character and other characters as a way of revealing the central character's personality.

Explain how Montgomery uses this device in Anne of Green Gables.

5. A frequent literary theme is the difference between appearance and reality.

How does Anne...

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