Kindred spirits: reflections on our relationships with Anne of Green Gables

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Carniel, Jessica and Sulway, Nike. 2021. "Kindred spirits: reflections on our relationships with Anne of Green Gables." Carniel, Jessica and Sulway, Nike (ed.) Reflections on our relationships with Anne of Green Gables: kindred spirits. United Kingdom. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 1-6
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Kindred spirits: reflections on our relationships with Anne of Green Gables

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ERA Publisher ID1417
Book TitleReflections on our relationships with Anne of Green Gables: kindred spirits
AuthorsCarniel, Jessica (Author) and Sulway, Nike (Author)
EditorsCarniel, Jessica and Sulway, Nike
Page Range1-6
Chapter Number1
Number of Pages6
Year2021
PublisherCambridge Scholars Publishing
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
ISBN1527567494
Web Address (URL)https://www.cambridgescholars.com/product/978-1-5275-6749-8
Abstract

Appearing across a vast and diverse array of media, from a lost silent film to contemporary Japanese animations and fan fictions, L.M. Montgomery’s character Anne Shirley—Anne of Green Gables—is one of the most enduring fictional characters, finding kindred spirits within each generation since the novel Anne of Green Gables was first published in 1908. Although in her origins she is a literary character, our memories of and associations with Anne are also mixed intertextually with film, television, theatre, and even tourism. Although she is a Canadian icon with a strong sense of nation and place embedded in her character and story, she is not bound by geography. Anne Shirley is in many ways an idea, and an ideal, that appeals across time and space, a kindred spirit we carry with us from childhood to adulthood.

KeywordsAnne of Green Gables, literature, adaptation, popular culture, nostalgia
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020470214. Screen and media culture
470299. Cultural studies not elsewhere classified
470523. North American literature
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