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Prince Edward Island

by Hiro M.
(Tokyo, Japan)

Anne of Green Gables

Anne of Green Gables

Today, I will introduce a Canadian island. Prince Edward Island is located in the western part of Canada. It is known for “Anne of Green Gables” (Japanese title: Akage no Ann).

This novel was written by Lucy Maud Montgomery in 1908. Anne of Green Gables tells the story of Anne Shirley, a red haired, freckle-faced orphan. She was mistakenly sent to live with a strict lady, Marilla Cuthbert, and her brother on this island. In this story, Anne’s great imagination and her optimistic spirit attracted readers attention.

There are many Anne’s story spots on Prince Edward Island, the fictional home of Anne in Cavendish, the Montgomery museum, book club, etc.

In addition, I found many great scenery pictures on the internet. They are so beautiful! I need to go there someday!

If you are the book’s fan, you should visit Prince Edward Island. Probably you can meet Anne!

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