Lucy Maud Montgomery was born on November 30 th 1874 in Clifton, Prince Edward Island. At the age of two her mother, Clara Wool ner Mac niel, died of tuberculosis. After her mother died, Maud was sent to live with her maternal grandparents in Cavendish. Lucy Maud Montgomery started reading a an early age. She started to write in school and at fifteen she had her fist poem published. After she finished school, Maud qualified for a teacher’s license at Prince Wales Collage, Charlottetown.
After she received her teacher’s license, L. M. Montgomery worked as a teacher in Bideford and at Lower Bede que during the 1890 s. In 1895-1896 Maud studied literature at Dalhousie University in Halifax. She then went back to Cavendish to look after her grandmother. While she was looking after her grandmother, L.
M. Montgomery wrote the first of the Anne series. After her grandmother died in 1911, Maud married Ewan MacDonald, a Presbyterian minister. She and Ewan had three kids after they moved to Leaks dale, Ontario Her fist book was called Anne of Green Gables.
At first Maud was rejected by several publishers, she was 34 when it was finally accepted. Now Anne of Green Gables has been turned into movies and stage productions, it has also been translated into some 40 languages. The story of Anne has six sequels, they are about Anne’s life from childhood to adulthood and raising a family. L. M.
Montgomery lived to be 68 years old. She died on April 24 th 1942, in those 68 years Maud had written more than 450 poems and over 500 stories. When she died she left 10 volumes of unpublished diaries who’s publication began in 1985.
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