Sarah Orne Jewett

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Standard Name: Jewett, Sarah Orne
Birth Name: Theodora Sarah Orne Jewett
Pseudonym: A. C. Eliot
Pseudonym: Alice Eliot
Nickname: Pinny
Nickname: Pinny Lawson
Nickname: P. L.
Active during the latter part of the nineteenth century, United States author SOJ wrote fiction in the form of short stories, novels, and novellas. Her interest in experimentation, and a particular skill in delineating character (especially in her shorter works), means that her frequent designation as a writer of local-colour fiction neglects many of the nuances of her work.
Black and white, head-and-shoulders photograph of Sarah Orne Jewett from her Tales of New England, 1894 edition. She is in semi-profile, wearing a high-necked buttoned jacket and a short scarf. Her dark, wavy hair is up in a bun.
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Dedications Willa Cather
This book too dated back to 1911, when WC produced two stories, Alexandra and The Bohemian Girl, which eventually became part of it.
Urgo, Joseph R., and Willa Cather. “Introduction. Willa Cather: A Brief Chronology. A Note on the Text”. My Ántonia, edited by Joseph R. Urgo and Joseph R. Urgo, Broadview Press, 2003, pp. 9 - 39.
35
She now wrote, she later said, entirely for myself, and...
Friends, Associates May Sinclair
On her visit to the USA, MS became a warm friend of Annie Fields and Sarah Orne Jewett .
Raitt, Suzanne. May Sinclair: A Modern Victorian. Clarendon Press, 2000.
97
She was delighted with Thomas Hardy , with whom she went cycling in Dorset in...
Friends, Associates Harriet Beecher Stowe
In 1884 HBS was visited by Sarah Orne Jewett and Annie Fields ; they brought as a gift a copy of Jewett's novel The Country Doctor.
Hedrick, Joan. Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Life. Oxford University Press, 1994.
394
Friends, Associates Willa Cather
In 1903 WC met Edith Lewis , who was to become another especially close friend and then her life companion, who apparently accepted gladly the role of servant to Cather's creative achievement. In Boston she...
Friends, Associates Mary Cowden Clarke
Their visitors at Nice included the Chaucerian Francis Child , the American writer Mrs. John (Elizabeth) Farrar , and the political activist Richard Cobden .
Clarke, Mary Cowden. My Long Life. Dodd, Mead, 1896.
147-8
MCC continued to delight in new acquaintances until late...
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
Well known and much admired in her lifetime, ESP enjoyed friendships with many important literary figures, including publisher James Fields (who has been described as Christ-like in sympathy and kindness)
Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart. Chapters From a Life. Houghton, Mifflin, 1897.
145
and his wife...
Intertextuality and Influence Willa Cather
Before appearing in book form it was serialized in McClure's Magazine from February to April under the title Alexander's Masquerade,
Lindemann, Marilee, and Willa Cather. “Introduction, Chronology”. Alexander’s Bridge, edited by Marilee Lindemann and Marilee Lindemann, Oxford University Press, 1997, p. vii - xliv.
viii
forming, according to Marilee Lindemann , a kind of coda to the magazine's...
Occupation Constance Smedley
This building (just vacated by the Imperial Service Club was later exchanged for an even more spacious one at 138 Piccadilly. The London press in general warmly backed the new venture.
Smedley, Constance, and Maxwell Armfield. Crusaders. Chatto & Windus, 1912.
67-9 and n
Textual Features G. B. Stern
A listing of books which GBS feels to be particularly her own includes Jane Austen , Edna St Vincent Millay , Dorothy Parker , and Rebecca West 's essays. But most of the women authors...
Textual Features Susan Hill
This is a remarkably informal quarterly: the sketch on its cover shows a bouncing mad-hatter figure with a bunch of flowers in his hand and a pile of books on his head. While endearingly open...
Textual Production Rebecca West
RW produced several introductions to novels by other writers, including Jonathan Cape 's editions of Kathleen Coyle 's Liv (1929), Jane Austen 's Northanger Abbey (1932), and Sarah Orne Jewett 's The Only Rose and Other Tales (1937).
West, Rebecca. “Bibliography”. Rebecca West: A Celebration, edited by Samuel Hynes, Viking Press, 1977, pp. 761 - 6.
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Textual Production Willa Cather
WC selected and introduced an edition of The Best Stories of Sarah Orne Jewett.
Cather, Willa. “A Calendar of the Letters of Willa Cather”. The Willa Cather Archive, edited by Andrew Jewell, Janis P. Stout, Andrew Jewell, and Janis P. Stout.
to Mr Hunt, 20 March 1925
Cather, Willa. On Writing. Tennant, StephenEditor , Alfred A. Knopf, 1949.
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Textual Production Willa Cather
WC issued a volume of essays entitled Not Under Forty, which includes analysis of the writing of Sarah Orne Jewett and Katherine Mansfield .
Blain, Virginia, Patricia Clements, and Isobel Grundy, editors. The Feminist Companion to Literature in English: Women Writers from the Middle Ages to the Present. Yale University Press; Batsford, 1990.

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