Lucy Maud Montgomery Writing Styles in Anne's House of Dreams

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"Anne's House of Dreams" by L. M. Montgomery is written in the third-person narrative and limited omniscient perspective. The reader is privy to the thoughts and intentions of the main characters of the story. "Anne's House of Dreams" is the fifth book in the "Anne of Green Gables" series. The entire "Anne" series consists of eight books. It was a very popular series with millions of readers. By the time Montgomery wrote this edition, the protagonist, Anne Shirley Blythe, was well established and well known to fans around the world.

Lucy Maud Montgomery was a Canadian author who stepped out of the normal life of a woman of the early twentieth century. She attended college and first used her writing skills as a newspaper reporter in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Montgomery was born and raised on Prince Edward Island and spent much of her adult life there...

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