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pk10猜冠军技巧 www.5mxt.com.cn Abstract:After suffering the misfortune, some people can quickly recover from the misfortune, but many people are difficult to recover from the misfortune, even throughout his life. This is the result of post-traumatic stress disorder. Many heroes in the novels have the post-traumatic stress disorder. The heroine, Annie in the novel Anne of Green Gables is one example.
Anne of Green Gables is the most well-known novel written by the famous Canadian writer, Lucy Montgomery for children. In this novel, the author Montgomery used fresh and humorous words to tell the story of growing up of the little girl who was pure and kind, love for life and full of imagination. Since the book came out, it has been translated into more than 50 languages and has been loved by the readers across the world. What is more, it is well recognized a classic works of literature.
Because this novel occupies a good position in the world literature history, and it is a novel which describes the life of children, many scholars in different fields analyze the novel from their own perspective. However, when the public analyzes this novel, especially when they analyze the heroine Anne, they mainly concentrate on extolling Annie’s good personality and rich imagination. They often ignore that the deep reason why Annie is full of imagination is that she has the psychological problems because of being constantly abandoned. This paper focuses on Annie’s actions and words, from which this paper tries to find out the influence of her childhood on her and the factors of her strange behavior. In addition, this paper will make a diagnosis of Annie's post-traumatic stress disorder from the aspects of physiological performance and psychological performance, such as diet disorder, sleeping problems and denying herself and so on. From the analysis of Annie, this paper hopes to help the readers to have a better understanding of Annie’s behavior, to learn more about post-traumatic stress disorder, and to help those with post-traumatic stress disorder, especially children.
Key Words: Lucy Maud Montgomery, Anne of Green Gable, post-traumatic stress disorder