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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

  • “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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • “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

  • “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

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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