Pollyanna

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The Floating Press, 2009年6月1日 - 348 頁
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The young orphan Pollyanna is sent to live with her stern Aunt in a dour New England town. Refusing to be cast down by her circumstances, Pollyanna begins teaching the town "the glad game", which her father taught her. To play, one must find something to be glad about in every situation. Gradually, the irrepressible girl brings happiness and light to the lives of everyone around her. Pollyanna is a children's literature classic.

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用戶評語  - Hope.Sloper - LibraryThing

I read this to my daughter nightly. We both laughed and cried. This was a wonderful story of great inspiration. I'm so happy I let my daughter talk me into reading it to her. 閱讀評論全文

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用戶評語  - JalenV - LibraryThing

I've read Pollyanna several times, but this was my first time listening to an audio version. Aside from finding Nancy's habitual repetition of phrases more annoying to hear than read, I liked it fine ... 閱讀評論全文

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Chapter XVIII Prisms
207
Chapter XIX Which is Somewhat Surprising
216
Chapter XX Which is More Surprising
223
Chapter XXI A Question Answered
234
Chapter XXII Sermons and Woodboxes
245
Chapter XXIII An Accident
258
Chapter XXIV John Pendleton
268
Chapter XXV A Waiting Game
280

Chapter IX Which Tells of the Man
97
Chapter X A Surprise for Mrs Snow
105
Chapter XI Introducing Jimmy
121
Chapter XII Before the Ladies Aid
137
Chapter XIII In Pendleton Woods
144
Chapter XIV Just a Matter of Jelly
155
Chapter XV Dr Chilton
165
Chapter XVI A Red Rose and a Lace Shawl
183
Chapter XVII Just Like a Book
196
Chapter XXVI A Door Ajar
290
Chapter XXVII Two Visits
296
Chapter XXVIII The Game and Its Players
308
Chapter XXIX Through an Open Window
328
Chapter XXX Jimmy Takes the Helm
336
Chapter XXXI A New Uncle
341
Chapter XXXII Which is a Letter from Pollyanna
344
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Author Eleanor H. Porter was born in Littleton, New Hampshire on December 19, 1868. Before becoming a writer, she trained as a singer at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. She wrote numerous short stories, children's literature, and adult novels including Miss Billy; Miss Billy's Decision; Miss Billy - Married; Pollyanna; Pollyanna Grows Up; Just David; Dawn; and Little Pardner. She died on May 21, 1920.

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