Shorter Works

Shorter Works: 1910

This page lists a selection of shorter works (poems, short stories, and miscellaneous pieces) that L.M. Montgomery published in 1910, the year she published Kilmeny of the Orchard. All items are signed “L.M. Montgomery,” unless stated otherwise.

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Overview

Serializations (3)

Anne of Avonlea (The Family Herald and Weekly Star) | Kilmeny of the Orchard (The Family Herald and Weekly Star) | Anne of Avonlea (The Housewife)

Short Stories (1)

A Garden of Old Delights

Poems (2)

A Shore Picture | Companioned

Miscellaneous Pieces (3)

Canadian Writers on Canadian Literature—A Symposium (round table) | Lost and Found (letter) | Four Questions Answered (article)

Canadian Writers on Canadian Literature—A Symposium (round table)

Globe (Toronto), 1 January 1910, 8, 14.

Synopsis

This round table concerns the potential of Canadian literature to express “national life.” In it, Montgomery, whose letter leads the section on “Writers and Fiction,” was joined by several of her contemporaries, including Andrew Macphail (1864–1938), Nellie L. McClung (1873–1951), Arthur Stringer (1874–1950), Marjorie Pickthall (1833–1922), Ethelwyn Wetherald (1857–1940), and Virna Sheard (1865–1943).

Collected

The L.M. Montgomery Reader, Volume 1: A Life in Print, 48–49 (excerpts).

A Shore Picture (poem)

The Canadian Magazine (Toronto), April 1910, 514.

First line: “A windy, hollow sky of crystal clear.”

Collected

A World of Songs: Selected Poems, 1894–1921, 70.

Anne of Avonlea (serialization)

12 instalments. The Family Herald and Weekly Star (Montreal), 11 May 1910, 5; 18 May 1910, 5; 25 May 1910, 5; 1 June 1910, 5; 8 June 1910, 5; 15 June 1910, 5; 22 June 1910, 5; 29 June 1910, 5; 6 July 1910, 3; 13 July 1910, 3; 20 July 1910, 3; 27 July 1910, 3.

A Garden of Old Delights (short story)

The Canadian Magazine (Toronto), June 1910, 154–60. Scrapbook 4.

Collected

Garden Voices: Two Centuries of Canadian Garden Writing, edited by Edwinna von Baeyer and Pleasance Crawford (Toronto: Random House of Canada, 1995), 274–79 (excerpts).

Twice upon a Time: Selected Stories, 1898–1939, 95–106.

Companioned (poem)

The Canadian Magazine (Toronto), August 1910, 345.

First line: “I walked to-day, but not alone.”

Collected

The Watchman and Other Poems, 136.

A World of Songs: Selected Poems, 1894–1921, 26.

Kilmeny of the Orchard (serialization)

6 instalments. The Family Herald and Weekly Star (Montreal), 3 August 1910, 3; 10 August 1910, 3; 17 August 1910, 3; 24 August 1910, 3; 31 August 1910, 3; 7 September 1910, 3.

Anne of Avonlea (serialization)

8 instalments. The Housewife (New York), October 1910, 3–6, 22, 24; November 1910, 5–7, 11, 22, 24; December 1910, 12–13, 19, 24, 26; January 1911, 14–15, 22; February 1911, 13–14, 19, 21, 23; March 1911, 15, 17, 25, 27, 29–30; April 1911, 17, 21–23; May 1911, second cover page, 15, 23, third cover page.

Lost and Found (letter)

Boston Herald, 15 November 1910, 9.

Reprinted

Boston Herald, 16 November 1910, 9.

Four Questions Answered (article)

By Lucy Maud Montgomery. Boston Herald, 18 November 1910, 6. Red Scrapbook, 1: 21.

Synopsis

This article was published in the “Topics Worth While” column of the Boston Herald and concerned her impressions of Boston in the midst of her visit there as a celebrity author.

Collected

The L.M. Montgomery Reader, Volume 1: A Life in Print, 59–61.

Cite This Page

“Shorter Works: 1910.” L.M. Montgomery Online, https://lmmonline.org/shorter-works/shorter-works-1910/.