By: Irene Gammel
Toronto: Key Porter, New York: St. Martin's, March 2008. Paperback 2010.
An authoritative and surprising biography of the world's most beloved redhead. This book reveals the mystery of how Anne was born. Click here for more details
Edited by Irene Gammel and Benjamin Lefebvre
University of Toronto Press
The original essays in Anne’s World offer fresh and timely approaches to issues of culture, identity, health, and globalization as they apply to Montgomery’s famous character and to today’s readers. Click here for more information.
Edited by Irene Gammel, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002.
Related Web Resources
- L. M. Montgomery Institute (PEI)
Information about programs, conferences, projects, and L.M. Montgomery and her life and works.
- L.M. Montgomery Online
Scholarly web resource devoted to Montgomery's life, work, and legacy, including a bibliography of over 3,000 items and a filmography of 20 screen adaptations.
- L.M.Montgomery Research Centre
This resource highlights the L.M. Montgomery Collection of the University of Guelph Library, with a searchable database making it easily accessible for scholars and readers of Lucy Maud Montgomery.
- National Library / Archives of Canada
Extensive Lucy Maud Montgomery archival holdings, including L.M. Montgomery's correspondence with Ephraim Weber and G. B. MacMillan.
- Parks Canada
Information about the Prince Edward Island National Park at Cavendish, PEI, where Lucy Maud Montgomery lived the first half of her life (1874-1911).
- Prince Edward Island Public Archives
This site provides primary materials for scholarly research.
- The Town of Norval, Ontario
The town where Lucy Maud Montgomery lived from 1926-1935.
- University of Guelph Library, L.M. Montgomery Collection
Lucy Maud Montgomery's papers are housed at this Library
- Uxbridge-Scott Museum
This museum contains memorabilia from the period that Lucy Maud Montgomery lived in Uxbridge, from 1911-1926.