Parenting in "Anne of Green Gables"
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This paper examines the parenting success of the Cuthberts in "Anne of Green Gables." The paper argues that they are good foster parents and that they are successful at raising an imaginative child in a very conservative environment. Since she is happy it would appear that they were successful.
From the Paper:" ' Anne of Green Gables' is one of the novels that people think of when discussing Canadian literature. It is the story of a small Prince Edward Island community that is changed forever by the arrival of Anne Shirley. Many topics and themes can be found in Anne of Green Gables. However, probably the most important themes deal with families, friendship and community. In general the story can be seen as the completion of the Cuthbert family as a result of the addition of Anne. Two of the major questions raised by Anne of Green Gables are, whether Marilla and Mathew Cuthbert were successful foster parents? And if they..."
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