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Chronicles of Avonlea – Literary Allusions

What follows is a list of literary allusions appearing in L.M. Montgomery’s collection of linked short stories Chronicles of Avonlea, first published in 1912.

Epigraph } { 1. The Hurrying of Ludovic } { 2. Old Lady Lloyd } { 3. Each in His Own Tongue } { 4. Little Joscelyn } { 5. The Winning of Lucinda } { 6. Old Man Shaw’s Girl } { 7. Aunt Olivia’s Beau } { 8. The Quarantine at Alexander Abraham’s } { 9. Pa Sloane’s Purchase } { 10. The Courting of Prissy Strong } { 11. The Miracle at Carmody } { 12. The End of a Quarrel }

Epigraph

The unsung beauty hid / life’s common things below. —Whittier   John Greenleaf Whittier, “Songs of Labor” (1850 poem), dedication, line 30: “The unsung beauty hid life’s common things below.”

1. The Hurrying of Ludovic

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2. Old Lady Lloyd

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3. Each in His Own Tongue

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4. Little Joscelyn

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5. The Winning of Lucinda

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6. Old Man Shaw’s Girl

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7. Aunt Olivia’s Beau

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8. The Quarantine at Alexander Abraham’s

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9. Pa Sloane’s Purchase

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10. The Courting of Prissy Strong

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11. The Miracle at Carmody

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12. The End of a Quarrel

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