Anne of Green Gables Essay

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Anne of Green Gables

The book I chose for my book report is Anne of Green Gables. It is written by L. M
Montgomery. I really liked this book. This book is a fiction book. It was funny in some
parts. Anne is a really funny character and I liked reading about what she would do next.

The main characters are Anne Shirley, Marilla, Matthew, Diana, and Gilbert. Anne is an
orphan who has a wild imagination and loves to talk. She has red hair and freckles She is
adopted by Matthew and Marilla. Matthew is a shy, old man and is very kind. His sister is
Marilla. Marilla is very protective of Anne. She loves her very much, but doesn't want to
tell her. Diana is a very pretty young girl who is Anne's best friend. Gilbert is a boy
whom all the girls like, except for Anne. He gets on her nerves all of the time.

The story takes place on Prince Edward Island in Canada. It also takes place in the town
of Avonlea. The home that Anne, Matthew, and Marilla is called Green Gables.

The story begins when Matthew and Marilla want to adopt a boy. Instead, when Matthew goes
to Carmody to get him, he finds that there is a girl instead. Her name is Anne Shirley. He
takes her anyway and Marilla gets mad. She tries to give her to someone else, but they
don't like her so Marilla decides to keep her. Anne met Diana one day. They become best
friends. One the first day of school, Anne met Gilbert Blythe. He made Anne so mad by
calling her carrots she hit him over the head with her slate and broke it. She never
forgave him for saying that about her. One day Anne has Dianna over to her house and Diana
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