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Work by Date: 1932

This page lists a selection of shorter works (poems, short stories, and miscellaneous pieces) that L.M. Montgomery published in 1932. All items are signed “L.M. Montgomery,” unless stated otherwise.

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Summary

Short Stories (3)

The Man Who Forgot | The Bride Is Waiting | The House

Poems (4)

The New House | Friend, I Wish You through the Year | The Wild Places | Memories

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The New House (poem)

The Chatelaine (Toronto), January 1932, 3. Scrapbook 5.

First Line: Milk-white against the hills of pine

Collected: The Blythes Are Quoted, 88–89.

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The Man Who Forgot (short story)

The Family Herald and Weekly Star (Montreal), 6 January 1932, 23–24; 13 January 1932, 41, 45.

Collected: After Many Days: Tales of Time Passed, by L.M. Montgomery, edited by Rea Wilmshurst (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1991), 253–79.

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The Bride Is Waiting (short story)

The Canadian Magazine (Toronto), April 1932, 3–4, 33–34, 37.

Collected: The Doctor’s Sweetheart and Other Stories, by L.M. Montgomery, selected by Catherine McLay (Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1979), 160–74.

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Friend, I Wish You through the Year (poem)

Saturday Night (Toronto), 9 April 1932, 24.

First Line: Friend, I wish you through the year

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The House (short story)

The Chatelaine (Toronto), May 1932, 10–11, 45.

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The Wild Places (poem)

Saturday Night (Toronto), 20 August 1932, 3. Scrapbook 5.

First Line: Oh, here is joy that cannot be

Collected: The Poetry of Lucy Maud Montgomery, selected by John Ferns and Kevin McCabe (Markham, ON: Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 1987), 47. The Blythes Are Quoted, 373–74.

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Memories (poem)

The Chatelaine (Toronto), November 1932, 18. Scrapbook 5.

First Line: A window looking out to sea

Collected: The Blythes Are Quoted, 443.

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