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When she turned 12, Candy was taken in by the Leagan family as a companion for their daughter Eliza and her brother Neil.
The Leagans treated her poorly and eventually made Candy a servant girl. When the Leagan family accused Candy of stealing and sent her off to work in their family farm in Mexico, Candy was rescued from being sent to Mexico by William Adley, the sole heir of the very wealthy Adley family and the owner of the Adley estate.
William Adley became Candy's adoptive father, but his true identity remained a mystery and she would not meet him until the end of the story.
He was also the uncle of Candy's first love, Anthony Brown, and a relative of Anthony's cousins, the Cornwell brothers Archibald Archie and Alistair Stear , as well as the Leagan children.
Later on, Anthony died in a hunting accident when he was thrown off the horseback. Thereafter, Candy, along with Archie and Stear, and the Leagan children, were sent to London to attend the prestigious St.
Candy once saw him crying on the same boat she was taking to London from America. Circumstances divided the pair when Eliza Leagan schemed to have Candy expelled from St.
Paul's by manipulating them into a scandal. After the scandal, Terry left St. Paul's to protect Candy's reputation, but Candy also decided to leave.
They would both embark on their individual life journeys forward in the United States, where Candy trained to become a nurse in Chicago around the time of World War I ,  and Terry pursued a career as a rising star actor on Broadway in New York.
An actress in his theater troupe, Susanna, became attracted to Terry and believed she loved him. During a rehearsal session, an accident occurred and Susanna saved Terry's life, but in the process became disabled.
Her injury destroyed her acting career. Her mother demanded that Terry takes care of her for the rest of her life. Susanna herself became depressed and attempted suicide, knowing that Terry loved Candy and did not love her.
Feeling responsible, Terry was torn between reuniting with Candy and his duty to care for Susanna. When Candy discovered what happened, she decided to sacrifice her own happiness and left Terry, so Terry could remain with Susanna, even though Terry did not love Susanna  and was deeply in love with Candy.
Afterwards, Candy returned to Chicago to continue her life. By chance, she became the nurse and caretaker to Albert, who lost his memories after a World War I related bomb explosion on a train in Italy.
Albert ultimately regained his memories and revealed his true identity to Candy. At the end of the story, Candy discovered that he was the Prince on the Hill.
In Italy, however, the anime's ending was changed, and Candy and Terry meet again at a train station deciding to stay together.
At an undefined time, Candy receives a note signed with the initials "T. Albeit never confirmed in the text itself, these initials are allegedly ascribed to the stage actor, Terry Graham.
He no longer uses his father's surname "Granchester" as he had renounced it upon his departure from the UK several years ago.
The note itself is obscure and thus open to a multitude of interpretations. The novel ends with Candy in her mids living with the man she loves during the Interbellum.
The identity of this man is never revealed in the text and there is no evidence indicating who this character is. In addition, there is no indication whether Candy is married or not, employed or has children of her own.
All the reader knows is that she is happy to be with the man she loves-whoever he may be. There were some plot and character differences between the manga and the anime: [ citation needed ] Candy's age was different for several events when she grew up at Pony's Home.
In the manga, she was six or seven years old when she met her Prince of the Hill, but was ten in the anime. Kyoko Mizuki 's the pen name of Keiko Nagita Candy Candy novel, consisting of three volumes, has piqued the interest of Candy Candy fans outside Japan for some years.
This novel was only available in Japan and published in Japanese. Of particular interest is the 3rd volume, which covers the period after the events chronicled in the manga and anime.
Yet, in the last letter that closed out the novel, Candy was still an optimistic, life-loving and cheerful heroine.
CCFS was published in two volumes and not three volumes as the earlier novels. Additional information Published by Queen Games. Published by Queen Games.
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Peppermint and candy sticks date back to at least the 17th century in Europe. But candy canes themselves did not make their way to the U.
The first documented use of candy canes in the U. Candy canes likely spread during that time as a popular tree ornament, according to Susan Benjamin, a writer and historian of sugar, sweets and candy.
The red and white stripes and minty flavor did not take hold as a massively popular treat until the s, when the production of candy canes became automated.
Prior to that point, local candymakers would laboriously twist the peppermint candy into edible sweets. Still, the history of the candy cane is mired in folklore, particularly among those who argue that the sweet is a symbol of Christianity.
This origin claim has been debunked, as white candy and peppermint sticks existed in the s — long before Indiana was even created, according to the myth-busting website Snopes.