Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery is a book where readers are introduced to Anne who is a young orphan girl. As an orphan, Anne has faced many challenges in her short life. After losing her parent at such young age, Anne has shuffled between different houses but she never found a place which she can call her home. After continuous rejections, Anne felt herself to be unwanted and desperate for love as well as acceptance.
Marilla and Matthew who are siblings have decided to adopt a child who can help them on their farm. They were surprised when Anne arrived as they were expecting a boy. Initially they were hesitant and were planning to send her away but Anne touched their heart and both of them decided that they will give her a chance. Anne is a very delightful character who is full of positivity and hope.
Every chapter in this book presents a new incident or event which complements storytelling style, the writing of the author is nothing but a sheer delight. It is a timeless classic that continues to resonate with the readers throughout all these ages. I have discovered the deep impact that this book had on the countries looking for hope in the aftermath of the war. One of the striking aspects of this book is its ability to capture the beauty of the nature and stunning essence of the childhood. L. M. Montgomery’s bright and glowing descriptions of Prince Edward Island transport the readers to that time and space. Anne has a very hopeful as well as wonderful viewpoint on the world resounds deeply. While she can very dramatic as well as emotional, experiencing both the highs as well as lows strongly. All in all, Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery is a gripping and timeless classic about a young girl that has faced many challenges in her life after the death of her parents.