This is where Lucy Maud Montgomery died: the house she called Journey's End. It's on Riverside Drive in Swansea: the west end of Toronto. Montgomery spent her last decade living here, perched high above the Humber Valley as she grew old and wrote the last few sequels to Anne of Green Gables.
Depression — far being from being a sign of weakness or of failure — plagued even one of the most celebrated Canadian authors of all-time.
A version of this story will appear in
The Toronto Book of the Dead
Coming September 2017 from Dundurn Press
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