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Lucy Maud Montgomery - Pat úrnő
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Lucy Maud Montgomery - Days of Dreams and Laughter
This collection combines Lucy Maud Montgomery's two delightful Story Girsl novels - The Story Girl and the Golden Road - with Kilmeny of the Orchard, a poignant and romantic novel. Each of the stories takes place on Prince Edward Island, a setting the author knew and dearly loved, and the one that will be familiar to readers of the author's eternally popular Anne of Green Gables.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne válaszúton (Európa Könyvkiadó)
A regény az Anne-sorozat harmadik kötete, az Edward-szigeti falucskába egykor árvaként érkező, különleges érzékenységű és különlegesen fejlett beszédkészségű kislányból időközben ifjú hölggyé változott. Anne sorsát követi tovább, immár egyetemi évei során. Hallatlanul érdekes a századforduló Kanadájának egyetemi világa is, főleg, hogy akkoriban kezdett elterjedni a női hallgatók képzése. A regény azonban a diákélet leírása mellett Anne érzelmi életének bonyodalmait tárja föl. A vörös hajú, kivételesen formás orrú kamasz lány ugyancsak csinos hajadon lett. Az egyetemen nemcsak arra készül fel, milyen munkát fog végezni a későbbiekben, hanem egész életére kiható elhatározások előtt áll.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne 3. Anne válaszúton
A regény az Anne-sorozat harmadik kötete, az Edward-szigeti falucskába egykor árvaként érkező, különleges érzékenységű és különlegesen fejlett beszédkészségű kislányból időközben ifjú hölggyé változott. Anne sorsát követi tovább, immár egyetemi évei során. Hallatlanul érdekes a századforduló Kanadájának egyetemi világa is, főleg, hogy akkoriban kezdett elterjedni a női hallgatók képzése. A regény azonban a diákélet leírása mellett Anne érzelmi életének bonyodalmait tárja föl. A vörös hajú, kivételesen formás orrú kamasz lány ugyancsak csinos hajadon lett. Az egyetemen nemcsak arra készül fel, milyen munkát fog végezni a későbbiekben, hanem egész életére kiható elhatározások előtt áll.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Pat ​of Silver Bush
Patricia ​Gardiner loved Silver Bush more than anything else in the world. She was born and raised in the beautiful old-fashioned house on Prince Edward Island, "where things always seemed the same" and good things never changed. But things do change at Silver Bush--from her first day at school to the arrival of her new own first romance. Through it all, Pat shares her experiences with her beloved friends and discovers the one thing that truly never changes: the beauty and peace she will always find at Silver Bush--the house that remembers her whole life.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - The ​Poetry of Lucy Maud Montgomery
The ​poems in this collection by Lucy Maud Montgomery were written to reach the readers she thought of as "kindred spirits" - those thousands of people who then, as now, would be as deeply moved as she was by beauty in nature and in spirit. She felt herself drenched with beauty. It was an emotion that evolves heart-deep recognition in readers who will find an echo of their own yearnings and hungers for emotional outlet. Maud Montgomery was well aware that greatness as a poet was beyond her reach, but her verses were capable of putting into words what ordinary people felt and often could not explain. They express the sense of awe and delight arising from the simple human experiences of all that is lovely in the world. "I've written one real poem out of my heart," she confided to a friend in a week when she had sent off several verses she knew to be pot-boilers. But even these held a small kernel of thought, of appreciation, of gratitude for the gift of natural beauty. The poems in this collection will reach as deeply into the heart of today's readers as they did in those who first read them half a century ago. Critics are now finding new insights and much genuine ability in Montgomery's poetry, but the poems remain poems for people. She wrote for people who hunger for a way to give voice to their deepest thoughts and emotions. She wrote as an artist paints, in vivid scenes with vivid colours. Her verses are clearly defined gem-like vignettes depicting familiar scenes beloved by all the friends of the earth. She writes of clouds and sky, the clash and thunder of waves on a seashore, the scents of garden and woodland, the kinship of humanity with whatever gods there be. The qualities of simplicity and earnestness are not to be spurned. While ordinary people can respond to these eternal truths, Montgomery's poems will continue to be read and treasured.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Emily's ​Quest
Emily ​knows she's going to be a great writer. She also knows that she and her childhood sweetheart, Teddy Kent, will conquer the world together. But when Teddy leaves home to pursue his goal to become an artist at the School of Design in Montreal, Emily's world collapses. With Teddy gone, Emily agrees to marry a man she doesn't love... as she tries to banish all thoughts of Teddy. In her heart, Emily must search for what being a writer really means....

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Emily ​of New Moon
Emily ​Starr never knew what it was to be lonely -- until her beloved father died. Now Emily's an orphan, and her mother's snobbish relatives are taking her to live with them at New Moon Farm. She's sure she won't be happy. Emily deals with stiff, stern Aunt Elizabeth and her malicious classmates by holding her head high and using her quick wit. Things begin to change when she makes friends: with Teddy, who does marvelous drawings; with Perry, who's sailed all over the world with his father yet has never been to school; and above all, with Ilse, a tomboy with a blazing temper. Amazingly, Emily finds New Moon beautiful and fascinating. With new friends and adventures, Emily might someday think of herself as Emily of New Moon.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Rainbow ​Valley
Anne ​Shirley is grown up, has married her beloved Gilbert and now is the mother of six mischievous children. These boys and girls discover a special place all their own, but they never dream of what will happen when the strangest family moves into an old nearby mansion. The Meredith clan is two boys and two girls, with minister father but no mother -- and a runaway girl named Mary Vance. Soon the Meredith kids join Anne's children in their private hideout to carry out their plans to save Mary from the orphanage, to help the lonely minister find happiness, and to keep a pet rooster from the soup pot. There's always an adventure brewing in the sun-dappled world of Rainbow Valley.

Crystal Chan - Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne ​of Green Gables
Siblings ​Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert were planning to adopt an orphaned boy to help out around their farm, Green Gables - instead, they got Anne Shirley. A plucky redheaded girl with a vibrant imagination, Anne turns first Green Gables and then the rest of Prince Edward Island on its ear. Manga Classics® is proud to be the only authorized manga adaption of Anne of Green Gables by the Heirs of L.M. Montgomery. This trade paperback volume presents a faithful recreation of this classic kids novel, from the Lake of Shining Waters to the Dryad's Bubble!

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Pat ​úrnő
Amikor ​betöltötte a húszat, mindenki azt hitte, hogy Patricia Gardinert körül kell, hogy udvarolják a fiatalemberek. Mindenki így gondolta, kivéve Patet. Pat számára Ezüst Erdő jelentett mindent, egyszerre volt otthon és a mennyország. Mindaz, amit az élettől remélt, a Prince Edward-szigeten álló bájos, öreg ház varázsában testesült meg, ahol „a jó dolgok sosem változnak”. És most még a szokottnál is több volt a tennivaló: meg kellett tervezni a karácsonyi családi összejövetelt, vendégül kellett látni egy grófnőt, házasságot kellett összekommendálni, és fel kellett készülni az új béres érkezésére. Ám amikor a hőn szeretett családtagok és barátok sorban továbbléptek az életben, és elköltöztek, Patben felébredt a kétség, hogy bölcs döntés volt-e Ezüst Erdőt a szív dolgai elé helyezni. _Lehetséges-e mégis, hogy magányosnak érzi magát Ezüst Erdő falai között?_

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Bessie's ​Doll
This ​was nothing more or less than a doll. Now, Tommy was not a judge of dolls and did not take much interest in them, but he felt quite sure that this was a very fine one. It was so big; it was beautifully dressed in blue silk, with a ruffled blue silk hat; it had lovely long golden hair and big brown eyes and pink cheeks; and it stood right up in the showcase and held out its hands winningly.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Rilla ​of Ingleside
Anne's ​children were almost grown up, except for pretty, high-spirited Rilla. No one could resist her bright hazel eyes and dazzling smile. Rilla, almost fifteen, can't think any further ahead than going to her very first dance at the Four Winds lighthouse and getting her first kiss from handsome Kenneth Ford. But undreamed-of challenges await the irrepressible Rilla when the world of Ingleside becomes endangered by a far-off war. Her brothers go off to fight, and Rilla brings home an orphaned newborn in a soup tureen. She is swept into a drama that tests her courage and leaves her changed forever.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Christmas ​with L. M. Montgomery
This ​beautifully designed paperback featuring three Christmas-themed stories by a world-renowned classic writer will make the perfect stocking-stuffer purchase.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne ​of Windy Willows
Now ​a young woman and her romance with Gilbert Blythe beginning to flourish, Anne Shirley becomes Principal of Summerside High School. But Summerside is virtually ruled by the Pringle family, who don't want Anne at the school. It takes all of Anne's courage and tact, and the comfort she draws from the eccentric household at Windy Willows, to overcome local prejudice and confront the dreaded Pringles.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - The ​Selected Journals of L. M. Montgomery 3.
Lucy ​Maud Montgomery (1874- 1942)-whose Anne of Green Gables and many other novels are loved by readers around the world-kept extensive journals for most of her life. In the 1920s, L.M. Montgomery is in mature mid-life, and her personal and professional lives are becoming even more complex. Montgomery juggles the demands of motherhood, parish obligations, indifferent household help, grief at the loss of older friends and family, and appeals by her P.E.I. clan for advice and assistance. There are also triumphs and trials more closely related to her position as a best-selling author: growing fame, and the successful launch of her new heroines 'Emily' and 'Marigold'.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne ​in Windy Willows
Das ​einfühlsame Proträt einer jungen Frau, die ihre ersten Karriereschritte als Rektorin der Summerside High-School macht. Daß man in einer solchen Position nicht immer von allen geliebt wird, ist eine Erfahrung, die Anne machen muß. Aber allen Sorgen und Nöten begegnet sie mit viel Optimismus, Mut und einer kräftigen Portion Humor. Eine heitere und lebensbejahende Geschichte voller Schwung.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne ​of Green Gables (Penguin Readers)
The ​Cuthberts ask the orphanage for a boy to help at their farm, but a little girl steps off the train. Anne causes chaos at Green Gables, but her good nature wins everyone's heart.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Váratlan ​utazás 5.
Az ​első történetben a városka apraja-nagyja az aratóünnepre készülődik, amelynek fénypontja a gyermekek számára rendezett jelmezverseny. A díjkiosztás ugyan csalódást okoz, de végül a valódi győztes az igaz barátság lesz. A második történet szereplői, élükön Sarával, egy titok felderítésén fáradoznak. Mit rejthet az elhunyt Arabella nagynéni kincsesládája a málladozó esküvői ruhán kívül? Rég elmúlt, tragikus szerelmekre derül fény, miközben új kapcsolatok szövődnek és régi sérelmek gyógyulnak be.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne ​in Avonlea
Ihr ​hitziges Temperament und ihre karottenroten Haare sind für die 16jährige Anne eine echte Plage. Und es dauert zwei sehr ereignisreiche Sommer, bis sie merkt, daß sie gerade deswegen so liebenswert ist. Die hinreißende Geschichte der ungestümen Anne, die das verschlafene Avonlea durcheinanderwirbelt..

Lucy Maud Montgomery - The ​Golden Road
When ​Sara Stanley, the Story Girl, returns to Carlisle to spend the winter with the King family, she comes up with a great idea. To help them through the dreary months ahead, she, Felicity, Cecily, and Dan will publish a magazine. From "Personals" to "Fashion Notes" to an etiquette column and stories of the most interesting happenings in Carlisle, Our Magazine quickly becomes the most entertaining publication anyone in town has ever read. But seasons pass, nothing is forever -- and soon it will be time for the Story Girl to leave her good friends on Prince Edward Island, friends with whom she has walked the golden road of youth.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - The ​Road to Yesterday
The ​Road to Yesterday was the last collection of tales that L. M. Montgomery wrote before she died. Her son, Stuart McDonald, found the manuscript among her papers, and had it published post-humously. Originally, Montgomery had called the work The Blythes Are Quoted, and had framed the tales with accounts of the Blythes at home listening to their favorite stories. This frame-narrative was removed, and the stories were rearranged into their current order.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Among ​the Shadows
These ​nineteen fascinating stories are unlike any others L.M. Montgomery ever wrote. Filled with strange and supernatural occurrences, they are peopled with drunkards, embezzlers, and thieves: A woman confesses to murder after she has passed away. . . . A righteous deacon gets a taste of his own bitter medicine. . . . An amateur photographer records a dark deed. . . . The ghost of a woman's sweetheart comes to bid her good-bye. . . . Somber, dark, and brooding, these intriguing stories suggest that love really can last beyond death and that poetic justice does exist. Each of these wonderful tales is full of the strength of Montgomery's own inner resources.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - The ​Selected Journals of L. M. Montgomery 5.
The ​final volume of the immensely successful Selected Journals of L.M. Montgomery covers the years from 1935 to 1942, the year of Montgomery's death. It completes the story of a gifted creative writer who was also wife, mother, community leader, and public figure. No longer dwelling in a farm community or a small rural village, Lucy Maud Montgomery explored life in downtown Toronto and turned her journals into the unprecedented diary of a suburban housewife. Here she experienced the cultural riches the city had to offer while finding friendship and neighbourliness in the suburb of Swansea, where she settled with her husband. The journal chronicles her hopes and satisfaction with her new home and neighbourhood, but also her struggles with her own and her husband's recurring bouts of depression, and her worries over the academic performance and behaviour of her sons. The journals also record her views on world events such as the abdication of Edward VIII, Italy's invasion of Ethiopia, and the apparent inability of the League of Nations to deter Hitler. This final volume in the series offers an intimate eye-witness account of life in a growing city, a friendly neighbourhood, a changing world, and of a troubling family dynamic from 1935 to 1942, all recorded with Lucy Maud Montgomery's sharp eye and characteristic wit.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Miss ​Sally's Letter
Miss ​Sally peered sharply at Willard Stanley, first through her gold-rimmed glasses and then over them. Willard continued to look very innocent. Joyce got up abruptly and went out of the room. "So you have bought that queer little house with the absurd name?" said Miss Sally. "You surely don't call Eden an absurd name," protested Willard. "I do-for a house. Particularly such a house as that. Eden! There are no Edens on earth. And what are you going to do with it?" "Live in it." "Alone?" Miss Sally looked at him suspiciously. "No. The truth is, Miss Sally, I am hoping to be married in the fall and I want to fix up Eden for my bride."

Lucy Maud Montgomery - The ​Growing Up of Cornelia
The ​doleful fact is, I'm too wretchedly shy and awkward to live. It fills my soul with terror to think of donning long dresses and putting my hair up and going into society. I can't talk and men frighten me to death. I fall over things as it is, and what will it be with long dresses? As far back as I can remember it has been my one aim and object in life to escape company. Oh, if only one need never grow up! If I could only go back four years and stay there!

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Jane ​of Lantern Hill
Jane ​Victoria Stuart, called Victoria by her family, lives in Toronto, Ontario, with her mother, grandmother, and aunt. Her grandmother is very strict and is jealous of anything that her daughter Robin, (Jane's mother), loves. Jane does not like having to live with her grandmother and wishes she and her mother could escape. Her only friend is Josephine Turner, Jody for short, an orphan who lives next door in the boarding house and is a servant. Jane also likes to cook, but she is not allowed to by her grandmother. One day, a letter from her estranged father arrives, asking that Jane stay with him for the summer on Prince Edward Island, her birthplace. Jane is very reluctant about going, but one of her uncles says that it would be best if she went. At the island, Jane meets her Aunt Irene and takes an instant dislike to her. The next morning, she meets her father for the first time and loves him from the start. The two buy a little house on Lantern Hill and Jane takes on the role of housekeeper. Jane soon becomes friends with all the neighbors, such as the Snowbeam family and the Jimmy Johns, (to distinguish them from a James Garland and a John Garland). She also gains backbone and, upon her return to Toronto, is able to stand up to her grandmother. The next summer, Jane returns to the island and is reunited with her father and friends. There she has many adventures, including finding a lion that had escaped from a circus and fearlessly locking it up in a barn. When she receives a letter from Jody, saying that she will be sent to an orphanage, Jane talks with the Titus ladies, a pair of sisters who want to adopt a child. Initially they say no, but after having second thoughts, they decide to adopt Jody. Upon her return to Toronto, Jane tells her the good news and Jody soon leaves for the island, promising to see Jane in the summer. In the meantime, Jane finds out precisely why her parents have separated. She discovers that her grandmother was against their marriage and when her mother had returned home for a visit after some arguments, the grandmother had convinced her to stay. One day, Jane receives a letter from Aunt Irene saying that Jane's father is going to Boston, probably to get a divorce from her mother, and it is likely he will remarry. Jane is shocked by the news and immediately hops on a train back to the island. She has to walk three miles from the station in the cold and wet to the house on Lantern Hill, where her father assures her that he is not going to get a divorce or remarry. He is going to Boston, but only to meet with publishers about a book of his that has been accepted. Jane then catches pneumonia and her father sends a telegram to her mother. Robin, ignoring her mother's command of staying in Toronto, goes to the island to be with Jane. Jane's parents make up and the book ends with Jane mostly recovered and making plans for her reunited family.

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