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カナダ大使館 E・H・ノーマン図書館
■E.H. Norman Library Speaker Series


“Montgomery and Anne”

The Canadian Embassy's E.H. Norman Library Speaker Series introduces Canada through its books, authors and arts.

In this 100th anniversary year of the publication of Anne of Green Gables, a wide variety of commemorative events, TV programs and book publications have taken place throughout Japan. The beloved, much read novel has lost none of its charm as time and generations come and go. It continues revitalizing readers with the power and conviction to live as themselves.

We have invited Kate Macdonald Butler, granddaughter of author Lucy Maud Montgomery, to bring this commemorative year to a close with a special lecture. She will focus on remembrances of her grandmother not just as a great author but also as a woman who was staunchly protective of her family. Our event will also feature a dialogue between Ms. Butler and Eri Muraoka, granddaughter of Hanako Muraoka, who introduced the book to Japan by translating it during the dark days of World War II.

You are cordially invited to attend.

Time: Thursday, December 4, 2008  19:00 - 20:30
Place: Embassy of Canada Oscar Peterson Theatre
(B2 level)
Language: English and Japanese
(Consecutive interpretation provided)
Admission: Free - advance registration required
Organizer: Embassy of Canada
Co-Host: Canadian Tourism Commission
Application: Please register either by e-mail or by fax (03-5412-6287), clearly indicating 1-5, below, in your message, by November 27. A random drawing will be conducted if applications exceed available space. Successful applicants will be informed by e-mail or fax by Monday, December 1.
  1. Name
  2. Organization/school
  3. Address
  4. E-mail address or fax number
  5. Names of people coming with you


Embassy of Canada
Public Affairs section

2009-12-09 更新

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