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Jane Urquhart on Lucy Maud Montgomery Published in 1908, Anne of Green Gables is the first in a series of bestselling novels by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery. Although often dark and complex, and at times racy, the ‘Anne’ novels are today considered by most to be children’s books. Inspired by similar girls’ stories of the time, and her own childhood experiences in rural Prince Edward Island, Montgomery’s writing has affected generations of women around the world, perhaps none more so than another Canadian, novelist Jane Urquhart, who has just written a biography of Lucy Maud as part of Penguin’s Extraordinary Canadians series.   We met at her house to talk about the vast disconnect between the work and the woman; depression, lesbianism and gaiety; about place, truth and memory, narrative and culture, confidence and role models.
Author Jane Urquhart on A Number of Things: Stories About Canada Told Through 50 Objects Beloved Canadian writer Jane Urquhart recently published A Number of Things: Stories About Canada Told Through 50 Objects, which weaves together a rich and surprising narrative that speaks to our collective experience as a nation. She appeared at the Women's Art Association in Toronto to discuss this unique, engrossing book that takes readers on a tour of our nation’s history. The event was part of the Writers' Trust of Canada Author Series program and was recorded on December 7, 2016.
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