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The Collected Works of Lucy Maud Montgomery - The Complete Works PergamonMedia - cover

The Collected Works of Lucy Maud Montgomery - The Complete Works PergamonMedia

Lucy Maud Montgomery

Publisher: PergamonMedia

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Summary

This comprehensive eBook presents the complete works or all the significant works - the Œuvre - of this famous and brilliant writer in one ebook - 7400 pages easy-to-read and easy-to-navigate: 
• Anne of Green Gables
• Anne of Avonlea
• Anne of the Island
• Anne's House of Dreams
• Rilla of Ingleside
• Rainbow Valley
• Chronicles of Avonlea
• Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories
• The Story Girl
• Further Chronicles of Avonlea
• The Golden Road
• Kilmeny of the Orchard
• A Golden Wedding 
• A Redeeming Sacrifice 
• A Soul that Was Not At Home 
• Abel And His Great Adventure 
• Akin to Love 
• Aunt Philippa and the Men 
• Bessie's Doll 
• Charlotte's Ladies 
• Christmas at Red Butte 
• How We Went to the Wedding 
• Jessamine
• Miss Sally's Letter 
• My Lady Jane
• Robert Turner's Revenge 
• The Fillmore Elderberries 
• The Finished Story 
• The Garden of Spices 
• The Girl and the Photograph 
• The Gossip of Valley View 
• The Letters 
• The Life-Book of Uncle Jesse 
• The Little Black Doll 
• The Man on the Train 
• The Romance of Jedediah 
• The Tryst of the White Lady 
• Uncle Richard's New Year Dinner 
• White Magic 
• Short Stories 
• A Case of Trespass 
• A Christmas Inspiration 
• A Christmas Mistake 
• A Strayed Allegiance 
• An Invitation Given on Impulse 
• Detected by the Camera 
• In Spite of Myself
• Kismet 
• Lillian's Business Venture 
• Miriam's Lover 
• Miss Calista's Peppermint Bottle 
• The Jest that Failed 
• The Pennington's Girl 
• The Red Room 
• The Setness of Theodosia 
• The Story of An Invitation 
• The Touch of Fate 
• The Waking of Helen 
• The Way of Winning Anne 
• Young Si
• etc.
Available since: 04/06/2015.

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