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By Lucy Maud Montgomery

À travers le récit de l. a. vie d’Anne Shirley, une jeune orpheline recueillie par les Cuthbert à eco-friendly Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery nous invite à partager l. a. vie des habitants de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard au début du siècle dernier.

Personnage attachant, los angeles petite Anne air of secrecy tôt fait de séduire son entourage par son braveness, sa détermination et sa débrouillardise.Sur le quai de los angeles gare, Marilla et Matthew attendent l'orphelin qui les aidera sur leur ferme. C'est une rouquine aux yeux pétillants qui se présente...

Jouir de los angeles magie des mots, rire de ses propres défauts, s'émerveiller face à los angeles nature, découvrir un coin de can pay pittoresque, voilà ce qui nous attend dans ce roman inoubliable.

Voici le plus grand classique canadien-anglais de tous les temps, vendu à plus de 60 thousands d'exemplaires, traduit en forty langues et adapté plusieurs fois pour le cinéma et los angeles télévision. L'histoire de cette petite orpheline de l'Île-du-Prince-Édouard a véritablement envoûté les jeunes et les moins jeunes!

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