"To Laura, in memory of the olden time."
Anne's own true love, Gilbert Blythe, is finally a doctor, and in the sunshine of the old orchard, among their dearest friends, they are about to speak their vows. Soon the happy couple will be bound for a new life together and their own dream house, on the misty purple shores of Four Winds Harbour.
A new life means fresh problems to solve, fresh surprises. Anne and Gilbert will make new friends and meet their neighbours, Captain Jim, the lighthouse attendant, with his sad stories of the sea, Miss Cornelia Bryant, the lady who speaks from the heart - and speaks her mind - and the tragically beautiful Leslie Moore, into whose dark life Anne shines a brilliant light. (from the 1998 Bantam Books reissue)
Chapter 1: In the Garret of Green GablesEdit
Chapter 2: The House of DreamsEdit
Chapter 3: The Land of Dreams AmongEdit
Chapter 4: The First Bride of Green GablesEdit
Chapter 5: The Home ComingEdit
Chapter 6: Captain JimEdit
Chapter 7: The Schoolmaster's BrideEdit
Chapter 8: Miss Cornelia Comes to CallEdit
Chapter 9: An Evening at Four Winds PointEdit
Chapter 10: Leslie MooreEdit
Chapter 11: The Story of Leslie MooreEdit
Chapter 12: Leslie Comes OverEdit
Chapter 13: A Ghostly EveningEdit
Chapter 14: November DaysEdit
Chapter 15: Christmas at Four WindsEdit
Chapter 16: New Year's Eve at the LightEdit
Chapter 17: A Four Winds WinterEdit
Chapter 18: Spring DaysEdit
Chapter 19: Dawn and DuskEdit
Chapter 20: Lost MargaretEdit
Chapter 21: Barriers Swept AwayEdit
Chapter 22: Miss Cornelia Arranges MattersEdit
Chapter 23: Owen Ford ComesEdit
Chapter 24: The Life-Book of Captain JimEdit
Chapter 25: The Writing of the BookEdit
Chapter 26: Owen Ford's ConfessionEdit
Chapter 27: On the Sand-BarEdit
Chapter 28: Odds and EndsEdit
Chapter 29: Gilbert and Anne DisagreeEdit
Chapter 30: Leslie DecidesEdit
Chapter 31: The Truth Makes FreeEdit
Chapter 32: Miss Cornelia Discusses the AffairEdit
Chapter 33: Leslie ReturnsEdit
Chapter 34: The Ship o' Dreams Comes to the HarbourEdit
Chapter 35: Politics at Four WindsEdit
Chapter 36: Beauty for AshesEdit
Chapter 37: Miss Cornelia Makes a Startling AnnouncementEdit
Chapter 38: Red RosesEdit
Chapter 39: Captain Jim Crosses the BarEdit
Chapter 40: Farewell to the House of DreamsEdit
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- Anne's House of Dreams (1979), a Polish radio drama, originally produced and broadcast in 1979. It was directed by Maria Wachowiak and starred Anna Romantowska as Anne.
- Anne's House of Dreams (2010), a German audio drama produced by Titania Medien, adapted into four parts and starred Marie Bierstedt as Anne.
Behind the scenesEdit
- Anne's House of Dreams is dedicated to Laura Pritchard Agnew, Montgomery's friend from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Laura and her brother Will were one of Montgomery's first kindred spirits. To honour her childhood friends, Montgomery later modeled Diana Barry after Laura and Gilbert Blythe after Will.
- Anne's House of Dreams is the first book in the Anne series to take place in the location of Four Winds. However, Four Winds also appears as the name of a location in an earlier short story by Montgomery entitled "Four Winds", which was published between 1907 and 1908. The story also contains a plot that has a striking resemblance to the story of Owen Ford, Leslie West, and Dick and George Moore.