Her admirers ranged from Rudyard Kipling to Willa Cather, who remarked of Jewett's fiction in the 1930s, "The best of Jewett's work, read...fifty years from now will give the characteristic flavor, the spirit, the cadence, of an American writer in the first order." This volume presents Jewett's classic novella, The Country of the Pointed Firs and its four short sequels, The Dunnet Landing Stories.
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