Montgomery Review 12: Anne’s House of Dreams

Cover art for Anne’s House of Dreams, published by McClelland, Goodchild and Stewart (Canada) and Frederick A. Stokes Company (USA) in 1917.

“The story is a genuine romance of matrimony, a household idyl, and there is in it humor, pathos and a rich humanity. It is a healthy, homely, unpretentious novel told in a simple, spontaneous style. In many respects it is the best thing Miss Montgomery has written.” —Rochester Post Express

One Reply to “Montgomery Review 12: Anne’s House of Dreams

  1. ‘unpretentious’ – love it.

    Amazing that they considered it her best. Or was that a commonly used phrase to describe her work?

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