The narrator of this book is the author. I can tell that the narrator of this book is the author because the book says what Anne is thinking. The narrator is telling the story in third person form.
The setting of the story changes in about every chapter. In most of the chapters the main setting is in Carmondy, Avonlea. The setting in the story changes because there is a different conflict in every chapter.
The main characters in the story are Anne Shirley, Mr. Harrison, Marilla Cuthbert, Mrs. Lynde, Diana Barry, Gilbert Blythe, Paul Irving, Davey, and Dora. The other characters are Anthony Pye, Morley Andrews, Mrs. Donnell, and Jane Andrews.
Anne Shirley is one of the main characters in the story. She is a teacher in Avonlea and lives with Marilla Cuthbert. Anne is also a member of the A.V.I.S., the A.V.I.S. is the Avonlea Village Improvement Society. Mr. Harrison is Anne’s new neighbor. He is the gossip of all the town. Mr. Harrison lives by himself with his parrot named Ginger. Marilla Cuthbert is Anne’s so-called aunt. She owns a store and is very strict on Anne. Mrs. Rachel Lynde is the town gossip carrier. Mrs. Lynde is always the first to hear and to spread the town’s gossip. Diana Barry and Gilbert Blythe are both teachers in White Sand. They are both members if A.V.I.S. and help Anne on her projects. Paul Irving is a new child in Avonlea. He loves Anne like a sister and shares everything with her. Davey and Dora are the twins that Marilla adopted because their mother died. Davey is the mischievous twin that is always getting in trouble and not behaving like a gentleman. Dora is quiet and extremely polite. She is always the victim of Davey’s tricks.
Misery STORY MAP 1. Sidewinder Colorado- Paul Sheldon, a novelist that has been writing a series about a character named Misery Chastain. Got in a car wreck on the icy streets in sidewinder. He got in the accident from being drunk because of the celebration he had after completing the series. Paul shatters both of his legs, dislocates his pelvis and crushes one of his knees. There he rolls off the ...
The conflict in the story varies on the chapter. The character that is in every conflict is Anne. Anne always seems to find the resolution to every conflict that crosses her. Most of the conflicts are external conflicts that include Anne. I have explained every conflict in my summaries.
The story is based on Anne Shirley being grown up. Anne has moved from Green Gables to Avonlea to teach. Marilla said since she is now grown up she has to work. Anne decides to become a teacher. As she has more and more experience with teaching she becomes very strict.
In Anne of Avonlea there is no given message sent out. I can interpret from the story that the message is not to grow up too fast. I think that this is the message in this story because Anne is too eager to grow up and wants certain adult responsibilities that not even Marilla can handle let alone Anne. I also think the message is that because in a lot of the chapters Anne is trying very hard to teach well. This book is another example of children doing things that are too mature for them.
( ex. Juliet getting married at thirteen in Romeo and Juliet and Anne being a teacher at sixteen in Anne of Avonlea )
This was a good book. I liked the book but had a little bit trouble understanding some of the language that the characters were using. I would recommend this book to a friend because I think it is a good book that nobody can call boring.
I give this book a nine out of ten because I liked it very much but the language made the book a little imperfect. I also liked this book because it was somewhat challenging and very interesting.