L.M. Montgomery: An Annotated Filmography

  • Benjamin Lefebvre

Abstract

Résumé: Les multiples adaptations cinématographiques et télévisuelles d'Anne et la maison aux pignons verts ainsi que les séries télévisées Les Contes d'Avonlea et Émilie de la nouvelle lune illustrent la popularité sans égal de l'œuvre de L.M. Montgomery et son potentiel d'adaptation pour les arts télévisuels. Pour faciliter l'orientation des chercheurs, des, lecteurs et des téléspectateurs, Benjamin Lefebvre a dressé un catalogue exhaustif de ces productions. Summary: From the multiple film and television versions of Anne of Green Gables to the weekly television series Road to Avonlea and Emily of New Moon, the numerous televisual adaptations of the work of L.M. Montgomery have enjoyed unprecedented popularity to viewers around the world while sometimes remaining enormously controversial to readers of her work. Montgomery scholar Benjamin Lefebvre offers a detailed, annotated list of these productions to aid scholars, readers, and viewers in their understanding of this ongoing phenomenon.

Author Biography

Benjamin Lefebvre
Benjamin Lefebvre, an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Winnipeg and Research Associate at the Centre for Young People's Texts and Cultures , has published extensively on adolescent literature and culture. In August 2007, he will take up a postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of Alberta, where he will trace L. M. Montgomery's cultural capital and its relationship to the transnational circulation of dominant images of Canada. He is currently preparing Montgomery’s unpublished final novel, The Blythes Are Quoted, for publication.
Published
2007-07-25
Section
Articles