Chronicles Of Avonlea (Version 2 Dramatic Reading)
Chronicles of Avonlea is the first volume of tales ensuing the fictional roles from the series of Anne of Green Gables, there are 12 scenes into the days of the other people of Avonlea. The situation of Ludovic Speed as cited in Anne of the Island is at long last described, as well as with another emergence of Anne Shirley herself in The Courting of Prissy Strong. We encounter same old buddies and...
Publisher: IDB Productions (2017)
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several new characters from The Island, in tales both charming and upsetting. An elderly woman unlocks cheerfulness in becoming a fairy godmother to a youthful music tutor; two sweethearts remain mad at each other for 15 long years, yet they still have feelings for one another so lovingly; a man who dislikes relationships is confined with a woman who also hates men; and other sketches of life in a provincial town are etched by the gentle and inevitable dash of L.M. Montgomery.The collection includes: The Hurrying of Ludovic; Old Lady Lloyd; Each In His Own Tongue; Little Joscelyn; The Winning of Lucinda; Old Man Shaw's Girl; Aunt Olivia's Beau; The Quarantine at Alexander Abraham's; Pa Sloane's Purchase; The Courting of Prissy Strong; The Miracle at Carmody; and The End of a Quarrel.Lucy Maud Montgomery OBE better known as L.M. Montgomery, was a Canadian writer most famous for novel sequels starting with Anne of Green Gables in 1908. The novel turned into majorly popular. Montgomery became widely known for her main heroine, a homeless young girl named Anne Shirley, and made her internationally acclaimed.The first book was ensued by a number of volumes with Anne as the leading female protagonist. Montgomery continued to circulate 20 books and 530 short tales, 500 verses, and 30 articles. Many of her stories took place in Prince Edward Island, and places in Canada's littlest province came to be a fictional lure and prevalent tourist destination; which was called as the farm of Green Gables, the origin of Prince Edward Island National Park.