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  • The girls at Walden middle School are just as crazy about Zach as the girls in avonlea were about gilbert Blythe.

    Much Ado About Anne

  • “Remember how anne gives up her scholarship, and stays home to teach at the avonlea school instead, so she can help marilla keep the farm?”

    Much Ado About Anne

  • We’re going to have an avonlea luncheon here in a little while.

    Much Ado About Anne

  • I’m still kind of embarrassed that I thought avonlea was a real place.

    Much Ado About Anne

  • It’s romantic and elegant and could have come straight from avonlea, with its bustle in the back and its yards and yards of pale peach fabric that tumble to the floor.

    Much Ado About Anne

  • I told her that nobody in avonlea ever even heard of hummus, but she wouldn’t budge.

    Much Ado About Anne

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  • Though imaginary, it's not entirely fictional, as L.M. Montgomery based the P.E.I. town on her own home village of Cavendish.

    February 20, 2008