Anne’s tragic history is for the most part left behind in the book and does not figure much into the story, which concerns itself more with quiet adventures involving friendship, humorous mishaps, and all the best parts of being a young girl.
Don’t Hold Your Breath Waiting For ‘Anne With an E’ To Become a Classic
Rachel Darnall

Remember her “window friend”? A modern adaptation would have her diagnosed as schizophrenic, medicated and put in a girls’ home with Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie.

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