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In Chronicles of Avonlea a boy plays the violin to a dying, wicked old woman and thus ministers to her soul in a way that his preacher uncle could not do with words.
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By: Lucy Maud Montgomery
Anne of Avonlea is Lucy Maud Montgomery's amazing sequel to her triumphant Anne of Green Gables. The story continues the life of Anne Shirley, a 16-year-old girl on Prince Edward Island, as she gets into scrapes, becomes Avonlea's school teacher, and allows her vivid imagination to carry her through it all.
By: H. H. Munro (Saki)
These short stories constitute some of the best in the English language. They have quite a range in tone, from the extreamely humorous Unrest Cure to the mystery of Sredni Vashtar. Only The Easter Egg diappoints. Written in an Edwardian prose that never disappoints, read it like it was one of life's little luxuries.
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