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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Sarah Orne Jewett (1849–1909)

Jewett, Sarah Orne. An American short-story writer; born in South Berwick, ME, Sept. 3, 1849; died on June 24, 1909. Her works include: ‘Old Friends and New’ (1879); ‘Play Days’; ‘Country By-Ways’; ‘Deephaven’; ‘The Mate of the Daylight, and Friends Ashore’; ‘A Country Doctor’ (1884); ‘A Marsh Island’; ‘A White Heron and Other Stories’; ‘The Story of the Normans,’ a historical work; ‘The King of Folly Island, and Other People’; ‘Betty Leicester’; ‘Strangers and Wayfarers’; ‘A Native of Winby, and Other Tales’; ‘The Life of Nancy’; ‘The Country of the Pointed Firs’; ‘The Queen’s Twin’; ‘The Tory Lover’ (1901). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).