The Alpine Path

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • The Alpine Path
  • L.M. Montgomery
  • English
  • 03 December 2017
  • 1550412949

About the Author: L.M. Montgomery

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The Alpine Path The Alpine Path is an autobiography of Lucy Maud Montgomery Originally published as a series of autobiographical essays in the Toronto magazine Everywoman s World from June to November in 1917, it was later separately published in 1975. Download The Alpine Path by L.M. Montgomery – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Alpine Path

  1. Eva says:

    What a lovely, fascinating, charming book I loved reading about LMM s life except for all the journal entries from when she was traveling in Scotland Greatly enjoyed this one and now I want to check out LMM s journals.

  2. Kathryn says:

    I finished this sweet little biography this morning and absolutely adored it Each paragraph was such a treat I truly find a kindred spirit in L M Montgomery I sensed through her stories and characters that our souls were made of similar stuff and so it was a great pleasure and delight to read through these tidbits of her own life though ...

  3. Lekeshua says:

    Simple and beautiful I already love LMM as an author but now my heart has opened to herHer simple and humble conveyance of her history life brought forth so much fresh air and beauty, I have a new appreciation for her She has a true gift and talent Love how her inspiration came from nature

  4. Elizabeth says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this autobiography of LMM

  5. Francie says:

    3.5 starsIt was very interesting to see how the stories in Montgomery s books related to real life incidents and I liked her childhood memories However, I found some of the included diary entries too lenghty and out of place, especially those of her honeymoon.

  6. Laurence R. says:

    I read this book in one sitting and it was a wonderful experience I read it on the grass on the top of a cliff in Prince Edward Island, with the warmth of the sun and the sound of the waves, the wind and the seagulls Reading about Prince Edward Island while being there felt incredibly special and all I had to do to see the beauty that LMM was talking about was to look up To me, this afternoon felt like a religious experience, even though it had nothing to do with religion I will always remem I read this book i...

  7. Dana Loo says:

    Valutazione 3,5Un autobiografia sobria abbastanza soddisfacente per quel che concerne l infanzia della scrittrice canadese ma che lascia qualche vuoto, voluto, relativamente alla sua et adulta

  8. Jillian says:

    I liked the parts of this book where she discussed her career, but other than that I wasn t all that invested If this had been a memoir of random stories about her life, I might have been She does say that she mentions so much of her childhood anecdotes because they influenced her writing, which I appreciate, but the central point of this book would have beenclear if she d said that up front, and then said why this or that memory influenced her writing Near the end, she just pasted in a I liked the parts of this book where she discussed her career, but other than that I wasn t all that invested If this had been a memoir of random stories about her life, I might have been She does say that she mentions so much of her childhood anecdotes because they influenced her writing, which I appreciate, but the central point of this book would have beenclear if she d said that up front, and then said why this or that memory influenced her writing Near the end, she just pasted in a bunch of pages from her journal during her honeymoon Which might have been ironic, if my hunc...

  9. Beccie says:

    This didn t have as much information as I would have liked, but it was still fun to read it Through a lot of the book she would mention things from real life that she had put inAnne of Green GablesandThe Story Girl , but I would recognize stories from her own life that were in theEmily of New Moonbo...

  10. Rachel says:

    Montgomery begins the book by staying that she was asked to write it for her fans, generally meaning Anne s fans It serves its purpose Montgomery shares what details of her life she feels are relative to her career, providing several anecdotes and sources for her inspiration She paints a pleasant picture for her audience, rarely mentioning any emotion other than happiness or wonder.It is measured and careful but straight from the author s pen It was written to be shared and to maintain her ...