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Sarah Orne Jewett: A Selected Bibliography


"Jewett Issue." Colby Library Quarterly 10, (1964 June): (1964).

Ackmann, Martha. "Legacy Guide to American Women Writers' Homes (Ii)." Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 2.1 (1985): 10-12.

Adams, Richard. "Heir Apparent: Inheriting the Epitome in Sarah Orne Jewett's a Country Doctor." Constance Fenimore Woolson's Nineteenth Century: Essays. Ed. Victoria Brehm. Detroit, MI: Wayne State UP, 2001. 67-81.

Allred, David A. "Folklore Performance, Local-Color Fiction, and Sarah Orne Jewett's 'Miss Tempy's Watchers'." Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 60.4 (2004): 155-64. Print.

Ammons, Elizabeth. "Going in Circles: The Female Geography of Jewett's Country of the Pointed Firs." Studies in the Literary Imagination 16.2 (1983): 83-92.

---. "Jewett's Witches." Critical Essays on Sarah Orne Jewett. Ed. Gwen L. Nagel. Critical Essays on American Literature. Boston: Hall, 1984. 165-84.

---. "The Shape of Violence in Jewett's 'a White Heron'." Colby Library Quarterly 22.1 (1986): 6-16.

Anderson, Donald. "Jewett's 'Foreigner' in the Estranged Land of Almira Todd." Colby Quarterly 38.4 (2002): 390-402.

Anderson, Donald R. "Failure and Regeneration in the New England of Sarah Orne Jewett and Mary E. Wilkins Freeman." 1974.

Apthorp, Elaine Sargent. "The Artist at the Family Reunion: Visions of the Creative Life in the Narrative Technique of Willa Cather, Sarah Orne Jewett, Mary Wilkins Freeman, and Dorothy Canfield Fisher." 1987.

Apthorp, Elaine Sargent. "Re-Visioning Creativity: Cather, Chopin, Jewett." Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 9.1 (1992): 1-22.

Ashby, Lisa A. "Age in Sarah Orne Jewett's Short Fiction." U of Nebraska Lincoln, 1998.

Atkinson, Michael. "The Necessary Extravagance of Sarah Orne Jewett: Voices of Authority in 'a White Heron'." Studies in Short Fiction 19.1 (1982): 71-74.

Auchincloss, Louis. Pioneers & Caretakers: A Study of 9 American Women Novelists. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1965.

Aydelott, Katherine C. "'New Neighbors': A Newly Discovered Sarah Orne Jewett Story." American Literary Realism 36.3 (2004): 256-68. Print.

Bader, Julia. "The Dissolving Vision: Realism in Jewett, Freeman, and Gilman." American Realism: New Essays. Ed. Eric J. Sundquist. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1982.176-98.

Bailey, Jennifer. "Female Nature and the Nature of the Female: A Re-Vision of Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." Revue Francaise d'Etudes Americaines 8.17 (1983): 283-94.

Baum, Rosalie Murphy. "The Parkman Dexter Howe Library: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Sarah Orne Jewett Collection." The Parkman Dexter Howe Library, Part Iii. Ed. Sidney Ives. Gainesville: Univ. of Florida, 1986.

Becknell, Thomas Ira. "Added Dimensions: Studies in American Literary Realism." 1984.

Bell, Pearl K. "Kate Chopin and Sarah Orne Jewett." Partisan Review 55.2 (1988): 238-53.

Bender, Bert. "To Calm and Uplift 'against the Dark': Sarah Orne Jewett's Lyric Narratives." Colby Library Quarterly 11 (1975): 219-29.

Bicksler, Marith Reinertsen. "Women in the Fiction of Sarah Orne Jewett." 1983.

Biron, Archille H., tr. "Madam Blanc's Le Roman De La Femme-Medicin." Colby Library Quarterly 7 (1967): 488-503.

Boggio-Sola, Jean. "The Poetic Realism of Sarah Orne Jewett." Colby Library Quarterly 7 (1965): 74-81.

Boyum, Joy Gould, and Ann R. Shapiro. A Country Doctor. New York: New American Library, 1986.

Brault, Rob. "Silence as Resistance: An Ecofeminist Reading of Sarah Orne Jewett's 'a White Heron'." New Directions in Ecofeminist Literary Criticism. Ed. Campbell, Andrea. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2008. xii, 151 pp. Print.

Breitwieser, Mitchell Robert. National Melancholy : Mourning and Opportunity in Classic American Literature. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2007. PS169.N35 B74 2007

Brenzo, Richard. "Free Heron or Dead Sparrow: Sylvia's Choice in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'a White Heron'." Colby Library Quarterly 14 (1978): 36-41.

Brown, Bill. "Regional Artifacts (the Life of Things in the Work of Sarah Orne Jewett)." American Literary History 14.2 (2002): 195-226.

Brown, Bill. A Sense of Things.

Burgess, Cheryll Ann. "Out-of-Doors: Representations of Nature in Sarah Orne Jewett, Willa Cather, and Eudora Welty." Cornell U, 1991.

Busch, Beverly Gail. "The Nature and Extent of the Influence of Sarah Orne Jewett on Willa Sibert Cather." 1986.

Buseman, Laura Jean. "The Realism of Sarah Orne Jewett's Characterization of Men." U of Arkansas, 1995.

Camfield, Gregg. "Jewett's Country of the Pointed Firs as Gossip Manual." Studies in American Humor 3.9 (2002): 39-53.

Campbell, Donna M. "'in Search of Local Color': Context, Controversy, and the Country of the Pointed Firs." Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon. Ed. Karen L. Kilcup, Thomas S. EdwardsGainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1999. 63-75.

Campbell, Donna M. Resisting Regionalism: Gender and Naturalism in American Fiction. Athens: Ohio U P. 1997.

Campbell, Jennifer. "'the Great Something Else': Women's Search for Meaningful Work in Sarah Orne Jewett's a Country Doctor and Frances E. W. Harper's Trial and Triumph." Colby Quarterly 34.2 (1998): 83-98.

Carson, Richard G. "Nature and Circles of Initiation in the Country of the Pointed Firs." Colby Library Quarterly 21.3 (1985): 154-60.

Cary, Richard. "Jewett on Writing Short Stories." Colby Library Quarterly 10 (1964): 425-40.

---. "Jewett's Literary Canons." Colby Library Quarterly 7 (1965): 82-87.

Cary, Richard, ed. Deephaven and Other Stories. New Haven, CT: Coll. & Univ., 1966.

Cary, Richard. "Sarah Orne Jewett (1849-1909)." American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 1 (1967): 61-66.

---. "Miss Jewett and Madame Blanc." Colby Library Quarterly 7 (1967): 466-88.

---. "Whittier Letters to Sarah Orne Jewett." ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 50 (1968): 11-22.

---. "Some Bibliographic Ghosts of Sarah Orne Jewett." Colby Library Quarterly 8 (1968): 139-45.

---. "The Other Face of Jewett's Coin." American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 2 (1969): 263-70.

---. "More Whittier Letters to Jewett." ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 58 (1970): 132-39.

---. "The Uncollected Short Stories of Sarah Orne Jewett." Colby Library Quarterly 9 (1971): 385-408.

---. "'Yours Always Lovingly': Sarah Orne Jewett to John Greenleaf Whittier." Essex Institute Historical Collections 107 (1971): 412-50.

---. "The Rise, Decline, and Rise of Sarah Orne Jewett." Colby Library Quarterly 9 (1972): 650-63.

---. "The Sculptor and the Spinster: Jewett's 'Influence' on Cather." Colby Library Quarterly 10 (1973): 168-78.

---. "Jewett to Dresel: 33 Letters." Colby Library Quarterly 11 (1975): 13-19.

---. "The Literary Rubrics of Sarah Orne Jewett." Critical Essays on Sarah Orne Jewett. Ed. Gwen L. Nagel. Critical Essays on American Literature. Boston: Hall, 1984. 198-211.

Cary, Richard, ed., and introd. Sarah Orne Jewett Letters. Waterville: Colby College, 1967.

Castor, Laura. "Making the Familiar Strange: Representing the House in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'the Landscape Chamber' and Linda Hogan's 'Friends and Fortunes'." The Art of Brevity: Excursions in Short Fiction Theory and Analysis. Eds. Winther, Per, Jakob Lothe and Hans H. Skei. Columbia, SC: U of South Carolina P, 2004. xx, 212 pp. Print.

Chase, Mary Ellen, introd. The Country of the Pointed Firs and Other Stories. New York: W. W. Norton, 1968.

Christensen, Sandra O. "Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs: People and Trees." Encyclia: The Journal of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 65 (1988): 112-17.

Church, Joseph. "Absent Mothers and Anxious Daughters: Facing Ambivalence in Jewett's 'the Foreigner'." Essays in Literature 17.1 (1990): 52-68.

---. "Fathers, Daughters, Slaves: The Haunted Scene of Writing in Jewett's 'in Dark New England Days'." American Transcendental Quarterly 5.3 (1991): 205-24.

---. "Transgressive Daughters in Sarah Orne Jewett's Deephaven." Essays in Literature 20.2 (1993): 231-50. Psychoanalytic reading: "In sum, to get beyond the oedipal impasse the daughter must materialize, must represent, his figure and her aggressive aims: such an act amounts to a transgression and thus demands her overcoming social and personal proscriptions. In the argument to follow I contend that Jewett's novel dramatizes such transgressions, that it depicts daughters working to transcend the interdictions which delimit them."

---. Transcendent Daughters in Jewett's Country of the Pointed Firs. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1995.

---. "A Woman's Psychological Journey in Jewett's 'the King of Folly Island'." Essays in Literature 23.2 (1996): 234-50.

---. "The Healing Arts of Jewett's Country Doctor." Colby Quarterly 34.2 (1998): 99-122.

---. "Romantic Flight in Jewett's 'White Heron'." Studies in American Fiction 30.1 (2002): 21-44.

Colquitt, Clare. "Motherlove in Two Narratives of Community: Winesburg, Ohio and the Country of the Pointed Firs." New Essays on Winesburg, Ohio. Ed. John W. Crowley. The American Novel. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1990. 73-97.

Coyle, Lee. "Sarah Orne Jewett and Irish Roger." Colby Library Quarterly 10 (1964): 441-43.

Crumpacker, Laurie. "The Art of the Healer: Women in the Fiction of Sarah Orne Jewett." Colby Library Quarterly 19.3 (1983): 155-66.

Cutler, Evelyn Starr. "Representation of Maine Coast Dialect in the Work of Sarah Orne Jewett." 1976.

DaGue, Elizabeth. "Images of Work, Glimpses of Professionalism in Selected Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Novels." Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 5.1 (1980): 50-55.

D'Amico, Diane. "The Significance of the Dunnet Shepherdess to Jewett's Matriarchal Christianity." University of Dayton Review 20.1 (1989): 33-38.

Davis, Cynthia J. "Making the Strange(R) Familiar: Sarah Orne Jewett's 'the Foreigner'." Breaking Boundaries: New Perspectives on Women's Regional Writing. Ed. Sherrie A. --Inness, Diana Royer. Iowa City, IA: U of Iowa P, 1997. 88-108.

Dolberg, Lynn. "Unanswered Questions, Unquestioned Voices: Silence in 'a White Heron'." Colby Quarterly 34.2 (1998): 123-32.

Donovan, Josephine. "The Unpublished Love Poems of Sarah Orne Jewett." Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 4.3 (1979): 26-31.

---. Sarah Orne Jewett. Mod. Lit. Ser. New York: Ungar, 1980.

---. "A Woman's Vision of Transcendence: A New Interpretation of the Works of Sarah Orne Jewett." Massachusetts Review: A Quarterly of Literature, the Arts and Public Affairs 21 (1980): 365-80.

---. "Sarah Orne Jewett's Critical Theory: Notes toward a Feminine Literary Mode." Critical Essays on Sarah Orne Jewett. Ed. Gwen L. Nagel. Critical Essays on American Literature. Boston: Hall, 1984. 212-25.

---. "Nan Prince and the Golden Apples." Colby Library Quarterly 22.1 (1986): 17-27.

---. "Silence or Capitulation: Prepatriarchal 'Mothers' Gardens' in Jewett and Freeman." Studies in Short Fiction 23.1 (1986): 43-48.

---. "The Pattern of Birds and Beasts: Willa Cather and Women's Art." Writing the Woman Artist: Essays on Poetics, Politics, and Portraiture. Ed. Suzanne W. Jones. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1991. 81-95.

---. "Jewett and Swedenborg." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 65.4 (1993): 731-50.

---. "Women's Masterpieces." Challenging Boundaries: Gender and Periodization. Ed. Joyce W. --Dickie Warren, Margaret. Athens, GA: U of Georgia P, 2000. 26-38.

---. "Jewett on Race, Class, Ethnicity, and Imperialism: A Reply to Her Critics." Colby Quarterly 38.4 (2002): 403-16.

---. "Local Color Literature and Modernity: The Example of Jewett." Tamkang Review: A Quarterly of Literary and Cultural Studies 38.1 (2007): 7-26. Print.

Duneer, Anita. "Sarah Orne Jewett and (Maritime) Literary Tradition: Coastal and Narrative Navigations in the Country of the Pointed Firs." American Literary Realism 39.3 (2007): 222-40. Print.

Durso, Patricia Keefe. "Jewett's 'Pointed Firs': An 'Index Finger' to Character Development and Unity of Vision in the Country of the Pointed Firs." Colby Quarterly 26.3 (1990): 171-81.

Eakin, Paul J. "Sarah Orne Jewett and the Meaning of Country Life." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 38 (1967): 508-31.

Easton, Alison. "'How Clearly the Gradations of Society Were Defined': Negotiating Class in Sarah Orne Jewett." Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon. Ed. Karen L. Kilcup, Thomas S. Edwards. Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1999. 207-22.

Easton, Alison. "Nation Making and Fiction Making: Sarah Orne Jewett, the Tory Lover, and Walter Scott, Waverley." Special Relationships: Anglo-American Affinities and Antagonisms 1854-1936. Eds. Janet Beer and Bridget Bennett. Manchester, England: Manchester UP, 2002. 139-59.

Eden, Ted. "A Jewett Pharmacopoeia." Colby Quarterly 28.3 (1992): 140-43.

Eichelberger, Clayton L. "Sarah Orne Jewett (1849-1909): A Critical Bibliography of Secondary Comment." American Literary Realism, 1870-1910 2 (1969): 189-262.

Elbert, Monika. "Women's Charity Vs. Scientific Philanthropy in Sarah Orne Jewett." Our Sisters' Keepers: Nineteenth-Century Benevolence Literature by American Women. Eds. Jill Bergman and Debra Bernardi. Tuscaloosa, AL: U of Alabama P, 2005. 157-89.

Ellis, James. "The World of Dreams: Sexual Symbolism in 'a White Heron'." TheNassau Review: The Journal of Nassau Community College Devoted to Arts, Letters, and Sciences 3.3 (1977): 3-9.

Eppard, Philip B. "'Dan's Wife': A Newly Discovered Sarah Orne Jewett Story." Colby Library Quarterly 12 (1976): 101-02.

---. "Local Colorists: Sarah Orne Jewett, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, and Mary N. Murfree." American Women Writers: Bibliographical Essays. Ed. Maurice Duke, Jackson R.Bryer, and M. Thomas Inge. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1983. 21-46.

---. "The Lost Stories by Sarah Orne Jewett: 'a Player Queen' and 'Three Friends'." Critical Essays on Sarah Orne Jewett. Ed. Gwen L. Nagel. Critical Essays on American Literature. Boston: Hall, 1984. 225-48.

Erisman, Fred. "Literature and Place: Varieties of Regional Experience." Journal of Regional Cultures 1.2 (1981): 144-53.

Fagan, Susan Joan Martin. "Sarah Orne Jewett's Fiction: A Reevaluation from Three Perspectives." 1982.

Fetterley, Judith. "Reading Deephaven as a Lesbian Text." Sexual Practice, Textual Theory: Lesbian Cultural Criticism. Eds. Susan J. Wolfe and Julia Penelope. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell, 1993. 164-83.

---. "'Not in the Least American': Nineteenth-Century Literary Regionalism as Unamerican Literature." Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers: A Critical Reader. Ed. Karen L. Kilcup. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 1998. 15-32.

Fetterley, Judith, and Marjorie Pryse. Writing out of Place : Regionalism, Women, and American Literary Culture. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2003.

Fisher, Marilyn M. "Community and Earthly Salvation: Christian Intimations within the Setting of Jewett's Pointed Firs." Literature and Belief 10 (1990): 67-77.

Fogels, Audrey. "French-Born 'Jamaican' in New England, Cultural Dislocation in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'the Foreigner'." Resonances 9 (2008): 51-67. Print.

Folsom, Marcia McClintock. "'Tact Is a Kind of Mind-Reading': Empathic Style in Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." Colby Library Quarterly 18.1 (1982): 66-78.

Foote, Stephanie. "'I Feared to Find Myself a Foreigner': Revisiting Regionalism in Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." Arizona Quarterly 52.2 (1996): 37-61.

Foster, Travis M. "Matthiessen's Public Privates: Homosexual Expression and the Aesthetics of Sexual Inversion." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 78.2 (2006): 235-.

Frater, Graham. "'a Brave Happiness': Rites and Celebrations in Jewett's Ordered Past." Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon. Ed. Karen L.Kilcup and Thomas S. Edwards. Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1999. 251-64.

Freivogel, Victoria. "Christian Symbolism in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'a White Heron'." Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 7.2 (2007): 136-42. Print.

Frost, John E. "Sarah Orne Jewett Bibliography, 1949-1963." Colby Library Quarterly 10 (1964): 405-17.

Fryer, Judith. "What Goes on in the Ladies Room? Sarah Orne Jewett, Annie Fields, and Their Community of Women." Massachusetts Review: A Quarterly of Literature, the Arts and Public Affairs 30.4 (1989): 610-28.

Fulton, Valerie. "Rewriting the Necessary Woman: Marriage and Professionalism in James, Jewett, and Phelps." The Henry James Review 15.3 (1994): 242-56.

Fultz, Mary C. "The Narrative Art of Sarah Orne Jewett." Dissertation Abstracts 29 (1969): 3135A-36A.

Geis, Edward Warren. "Beyond the Great Divide: American Fiction and Ecology in the Conservation Age." U of Utah, 2000.

Gentile, Kathy Justice. "Supernatural Transmissions: Turn-of-the-Century Ghosts in American Women's Fiction: Jewett, Freeman, Wharton, and Gilman." Approaches to Teaching Gothic Fiction: The British and American Traditions. Eds. Diane Long Hoeveler and Tamar Heller. Approaches to Teaching World Literature (Atwl) Number: 79: Modern Language Association of America, New York, NY, 2003. xiv, 310.

Glenn, Ellen Walker. "The Androgynous Woman Character in the American Novel." 1981.

Goheen, Cynthia J. "Rebirth of the Seafarer: Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." Colby Library Quarterly 23.3 (1987): 154-64.

---. "Editorial Misinterpretation and the Unmaking of a Perfectly Good Story: The Publication History of the Country of the Pointed Firs." American Literary Realism 30.2 (1998): 28-42.

Graham, Margaret Baker. "Visions of Time in the Country of the Pointed Firs." Studies in Short Fiction 32.1 (1995): 29-37.

Griffith, Kelley, Jr. "Sylvia as Hero in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'a White Heron'." Colby Library Quarterly 21.1 (1985): 22-27.

Hamlin, Annemarie. "Consciousness and Communication in Jewett's The Country of the Pointed Firs." Consciousness, Literature and the Arts 3.2 (2002): (no pagination).

Held, George. "Heart to Heart with Nature: Ways of Looking at 'a White Heron'." Colby Library Quarterly 18.1 (1982): 55-65.

Heller, Terry. "The Rhetoric of Communion in Jewett's 'a White Heron'." Colby Quarterly 26.3 (1990): 182-94.

---. "Speaking Softly to Be Heard: Jewett's Feminist Reform Contributions to the Congregationalist, 1882-1884." Colby Library Quarterly 36.3 (2000): 209-25.

Heller, Terry. "Living for the Other World: Sarah Orne Jewett as a Religious Writer." Ray and Pat Browne Book (Ray and Pat Browne Book). Ed. Weinstock, Jeffrey Andrew. Madison, WI: Popular, 2004. vii, 282 pp. Print.
---. The Sarah Orne Jewett Text Project. Coe College, 2005. Print.

Heller, Terry. "Eunice and the Jade Gods: Jewett's Religious Rhetoric in a Country Doctor." Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 22.2 (2005): 158-75.

Henry, Lana. "Healing America on the Altar of Home: The Folklore and Sacred Work of Homemaking in Thoreau, Jewett, and Steinbeck." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 65.11 (2005): 4198.

Hild, Allison T. "Narrative Mediation in Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." Colby Quarterly 31.2 (1995): 114-22.

Hirsh, John C. "The Non-Narrative Structure of the Country of the Pointed Firs." American Literary Realism 14.2 (1981): 286-88.

Hobbs, Glenda. "Pure and Passionate: Female Friendship in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'Martha's Lady'." Studies in Short Fiction 17 (1980): 21-29.

Hobbs, Michael. "World Beyond the Ice: Narrative Structure in the Country of the Pointed Firs." Studies in Short Fiction 29.1 (1992): 27-34.

Hohmann, Marti. "Sarah Orne Jewett to Lillian M. Munger: Twenty-Three Letters." Colby Library Quarterly 22.1 (1986): 28-35.

Hollis, C. Carroll. "Letters of Sarah Orne Jewett to Anna Laurens Davis." Colby Library Quarterly 8 (1968): 97-138.

Holm, E. Elisabeth. "Intimations of a World of Old Women: Sarah Orne Jewett's 'the Country of the Pointed Firs'." U of Oregon, 1993.

Holstein, Michael. "Writing as a Healing Art in Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." Studies in American Fiction 16.1 (1988): 39-49.

Homestead, Melissa. "'Links of Similitude': The Narrator of the Country of the Pointed Firs and Author-Reader Relations at the End of the Nineteenth Century." Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon. Ed. Karen L. Kilcup and Thomas S. Edwards, . Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1999. 76-98.

Horn, Robert L. "Universality in the Fiction of Sarah Orne Jewett." Dissertation Abstracts 28 (1968): 5018A-19A.

---. "The Power of Jewett's Deephaven." Colby Library Quarterly 9 (1972): 617-31.

Hovet, Theodore R. "'Once Upon a Time': Sarah Orne Jewett's 'a White Heron' as a Fairy Tale." Studies in Short Fiction 15 (1978): 63-68.

---. "America's 'Lonely Country Child': The Theme of Separation in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'a White Heron'." Colby Library Quarterly 14 (1978): 166-71.

Howard, June. "Unraveling Regions, Unsettling Periods: Sarah Orne Jewett and American Literary History." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 68.2 (1996): 365-84.

Huff, Randall. "Sarah Orne Jewett's Tolstoyan Stories." International Fiction Review 19.1 (1992): 23-27.
Humma, John B. "The Art and Meaning of Sarah Orne Jewett's 'the Courting of Sister Wisby'." Studies in Short Fiction 10 (1973): 85-91.

Hsu, Hsuan L. "Literature and Regional Production." American Literary History 17.1 (2005): 36-70.

Jewett, Sarah Orne. A Country Doctor. Ed.Frederick Wegener.Penguin Classics. New York: Penguin Books, 2005. PS2132 .C63 2005

Jewett, Sarah Orne. "Human Documents: An Introduction." Jack London Journal 1 (1994): 268-72.

Jobes, Katharine T. "From Stowe's Eagle Island to Jewett's 'a White Heron'." Colby Library Quarterly 10 (1974): 515-21.

Johanningsmeier, Charles. "Sarah Orne Jewett and Mary E. Wilkins (Freeman): Two Shrewd Businesswomen in Search of New Markets." New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 70.1 (1997): 57-82.

---. "Subverting Readers' Assumptions and Expectations: Jewett's 'Tame Indians'." American Literary Realism 34 (2002): 233-50.

Johns, Barbara A. "'Mateless and Appealing': Growing into Spinsterhood in Sarah Orne Jewett." Critical Essays on Sarah Orne Jewett. Ed. Gwen L. Nagel. Boston: Hall, 1984. 147-65.

Johnson, Robert. "Jewett's 'the Flight of Betsy Lane'." Explicator 43.3 (1985): 22.

Joseph, Philip. "Land and Literary: Hamlin Garland, Sarah Orne Jewett, and the Production of Regional Literatures." Studies in American Fiction 26.2 (1998): 147-70.

Kadota, Linda K. "Woman, Linguistics, and 'a White Heron'." Chu-Shikoku Studies in American Literature 26 (1990): 21-26.

Keating, Gail C. "Sarah Orne Jewett's Experiences with Mentoring and Communities of Women." 1987.

Kelchner, Heidi. "Unstable Narrative Voice in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'a White Heron'." Colby Quarterly 28.2 (1992): 85-92.

Kelly, Nancy Rita. "Sarah Orne Jewett and Spiritualism." U of Massachusetts, 1992.

Kilcup, Karen L, introd. "Questioning Jewett: Centennial Essays." Colby Quarterly 34.2 (1998).

Kilcup, Karen L. "Sarah Orne Jewett's The Country of the Pointed Firs." American Writers: Classics, Volume Ii. Ed. Jay Parini: New York: Scribner's, 2004. 69-88.

Kilcup, K. L. and T. S. Edwards, Eds. Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon. Gainesville, FL : UP of Florida, 1999. PS2133 .J49 1999 

Kilcup, Karen L. "Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." American Writers: Classics, Volume Ii. Ed. Parini, Jay. New York, NY: Scribner's, 2004. xiv, 336 pp. Print.

Kisthardt, Melanie. "Reading Lives, Writing to Transgress: Sarah Orne Jewett's 'Unwritable Things'." Colby Quarterly 34.2 (1998): 133-49.

Kisthardt, Melanie J. "Beyond Local Color: Feminist/Modernist Formal Experiments in Sarah Orne Jewett's Fiction." Temple U, 1992.

Klawunn, Margaret May. "On the Outskirts of Fiction: American Women Writers and the Politics of Regionalism." Rutgers U New Brunswick, 1996.

Kraus, Mary Conrad. "The Unifying Vision of Sarah Orne Jewett." 1978.

Kraus, Mary C. "Sarah Orne Jewett and Temporal Continuity." Colby Library Quarterly 15 (1979): 157-74.

Leder, Priscilla. "The Gifts of Peace: Sarah Orne Jewett's Vision of Romance." Gypsy Scholar: A Graduate Forum for Literary Criticism 4 (1977): 27-39.

Leder, Priscilla. "Living Ghosts and Women's Religion in Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." Haunting the House of Fiction: Feminist Perspectives on Ghost Stories by American Women. Ed. Lynette Carpenter and Wendy Kolmar. Knoxville: U of Tennessee P, 1991. 26-40.

---. "Visions of New England: The Anxiety of Jewett's Influence on Ethan Frome." Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon. Ed. Karen L. --Edwards Kilcup, Thomas S. Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1999. 167-81.

Lindemann, Marilee. "Women Writers and the American Romance: Studies in Jewett and Cather." Rutgers U, 1991.

Lingeman, Richard R. Double Lives : American Writers' Friendships. New York: Random House, 2006.PS129 .L56 2006

Littenberg, Marcia B. "From Transcendentalism to Ecofeminism: Celia Thaxter and Sarah Orne Jewett's Island Views Revisited." Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon. Ed. Karen L. --Edwards Kilcup, Thomas S. Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1999. 137-52.

Loges, Max. "A Collection of Great Souls: Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." Mount Olive Review 5 (1991): 43-47.

Love, Heather. "Gyn/Apology: Sarah Orne Jewett's Spinster Aesthetics." ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 55.3-4 [216-217] (2009): 305-34. Print.

Lundstedt, Lisa Lynn. "Sarah Orne Jewett's Irish Stories." Ohio U, 1997.

Mack, Tom. "A Note on Biblical Analogues in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'Miss Tempy's Watchers'." American Literary Realism 17.2 (1984): 225-27.

Magowan, Robin. "Pastoral and the Art of Landscape in the Country of the Pointed Firs." The New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 36 (1963): 229-40.

---. "Fromentin and Jewett: Pastoral Narrative in the Nineteenth Century." Comparative Literature 16 (1964): 331-37.

---. "The Outer Island Sequence in Pointed Firs." Colby Library Quarterly 10 (1964): 418-24.
Maik, Thomas A. "Reclaiming Paradise: Role Reversal as Liberation in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'Tom's Husband'." Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 7.1 (1990): 23-37.

Marchand, Mary V. "Cross Talk: Edith Wharton and the New England Women Regionalists." Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 30.3 (2001): 369-95.

Masteller, Jean Carwile. "The Women Doctors of Howells, Phelps, and Jewett: The Conflict of Marriage and Career." Critical Essays on Sarah Orne Jewett. Ed. Gwen L. Nagel. Critical Essays on American Literature. Boston: Hall, 1984. 135-47.

Mawer, Randall R. "Setting as Symbol in Jewett's a Marsh Land." Colby Library Quarterly 12 (1976): 83-90.

---. "Classical Myth in Jewett's a Marsh Island." American Notes and Queries 14 (1976): 85-87.

Mayer, Charles W. "'the Only Rose': A Central Jewett Story." Colby Library Quarterly 17.1 (1981): 26-33.

Mayer, Sylvia. "Literature and Environmental Ethical Criticism: Sarah Orne Jewett's New England Texts." Anglia: Zeitschrift fur Englische Philologie 124.1 (2006): 101-21. Print.

McAlpin, Sister Sara, B.V.M. "Enlightening the Commonplace: The Work of Sarah Orne Jewett, Willa Cather and Ruth Suckow." 1971.

McGuire, Mary Agnes. "Sarah Orne Jewett." Dissertation Abstracts 25 (1965): 7275.

McMurry, Andrew. "'in Their Own Language': Sarah Orne Jewett and the Question of Non-Human Speaking Subjects." Isle: 6.1 (1999): 51-63.

Meisenheimer, D. K., Jr. "Regionalist Bodies/Embodied Regions: Sarah Orne Jewett and Zitkala-Sa." Breaking Boundaries: New Perspectives on Women's Regional Writing. Ed. Sherrie A. Inness and Diana Royer. Iowa City, IA: U of Iowa P, 1997. 109-23.

Mobley, Marilyn E. "Rituals of Flight and Return: The Ironic Journeys of Sarah Orne Jewett's Female Characters." Colby Library Quarterly 22.1 (1986): 36-42.

Mobley, Marilyn Elaine. "Roots and Wings: The Folk Aesthetic: Mythic Impulse and Cultural Function of Narrative in the Fiction of Sarah Orne Jewett and Toni Morrison." 1988.
Mobley, Marilyn Sanders. Folk Roots and Mythic Wings in Sarah Orne Jewett and Toni Morrison: The Cultural Function of Narrative. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1991.

Monteiro, George. "Addenda to the Bibliographies of Conrad, Cooke, Damon, Ford, Glasgow, Holmes, Jewett, Lewis, Mumford, Robinson, and Scott." Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America (1975): 273-75.

Moore, Kathleen Muller. "Visuality, Perception, and the Self in Works by Edith Wharton, Willa Cather, and Sarah Orne Jewett." U of California Riverside, 1999.

Moreno, Karen K. "'a White Heron': Sylvia's Lonely Journey." Connecticut Review 13.1 (1991): 81-85.

Morgan, Ellen. "The Atypical Woman: Nan Prince in the Literary Transition to Feminism." Kcn 2.2 (1976): 33-37.

Morgan, Jack, and Louis A. Renza, eds. The Irish Stories of Sarah Orne Jewett. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1996.

Morgan, Jeffrey Hughes.Sarah Orne Jewett's Feminine Pastoral Vision--the Country of the Pointed Firs. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 2002.

Murphy, Jacqueline Shea. "Getting Jewett: A Reponse to Sandra A. Zagarell, 'Troubling Regionalism'." American Literary History 10.4 (1998): 698-701.

---. "Replacing Regionalism: Abenaki's Tales and 'Jewett's' Coastal Maine." American Literary History 10.4 (1998): 664-90.

Murray, Robin L. "Is the Map Harder to Follow Than to Fold? Explorations of Sarah Orne Jewett's Treatment of the 'Other'." U of Toledo, 1994.

Nagel, Gwen Lindberg. "Sarah Orne Jewett: A Reference Guide: An Update." American Literary Realism 17.2 (1984): 228-63.

Nagel, Gwen L. "'This Prim Corner of Land Where She Was Queen': Sarah Orne Jewett's New England Gardens." Colby Library Quarterly 22.1 (1986): 43-62.

Nagel, James. "Sarah Orne Jewett Writes to Hamlin Garland." The New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 54.3 (1981): 416-23.

Nail, Rebecca Wall. "Place and Setting in the Work of Sarah Orne Jewett." 1981.

---. "'Where Every Prospect Pleases': Sarah Orne Jewett, South Berwick, and the Importance of Place." Critical Essays on Sarah Orne Jewett. Ed. Gwen L. Nagel. Critical Essays on American Literature. Boston: Hall, 1984. 185-98.

Neinstein, Raymond L. "Neo-Regionalism in America." 1978.

---. "Loaded Guns: Place and Women's Place in Nineteenth-Century New England." 'Writing' Nation and 'Writing' Region in America. Ed. Theo D'haen and Hans Bertens. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Vu Up, 1996. 85-94.

Nicosia, Laura. "Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." Explicator 62.2 (2004): 89-91.

Noe, Marcia, and Ashley Hopkins. "Illuminating the Rhetorical Dimensions of Mary E. Wilkins Freeman's 'a Mistaken Charity' and Sarah Orne Jewett's 'the Town Poor,' with an Annotated Bibliography." Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 9.1 (2008): 24-46. Print.

Noyes, Sylvia G. "Mrs. Almira Todd, Herbalist-Conjurer." Colby Library Quarterly 9 (1972): 643-49.

Oakes, Karen. "'All That Lay Deepest in Her Heart': Reflections on Jewett, Gender, and Genre." Colby Quarterly 26.3 (1990): 152-60.

Olson, Ted. The Country of the Pointed Firs and Selected Short Fiction. New York, NY : Barnes & Noble, 2005.

Orr, Elaine. "Reading Negotiation and Negotiated Reading: A Practice with/in 'a White Heron' and 'the Revolt of 'Mother"." CEA Critic 53.3 (1991): 49-65.

Palmer, Stephanie C. Together by Accident : American Local Color Literature and the Middle Class. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2009. Print.

Parmiter, Tara K. "Home Away from Home: The Summer Place in Turn-of-the- Twentieth Century American Women's Literature." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 67.6 (2006): 2159.

Patnode, Lynne M. "The Compensations of Solitude in the Work of Emily Dickinson and Sarah Orne Jewett." Colby Library Quarterly 19.4 (1983): 206-14.

Paton, Priscilla. "Furry Soul Mates, Aloof Birds, Pesky Rodents: Liminality, Animal Rescue Films, and Sarah Orne Jewett." Of Mice and Men: Animals in Human Culture. Eds. Batra, Nandita and Vartan Messier. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2009. 274 pp. Print.

Pennell, Melissa McFarland. "A New Spiritual Biography: Domesticity and Sorority in the Fiction of Sarah Orne Jewett." Studies in American Fiction 18.2 (1990): 193-206.

Petrie, Paul R. Conscience and Purpose: Fiction and Social Consciousness in Howells, Jewett, Chesnutt, and Cather. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 2005.

Petrie, Paul R. "'to Make Them Acquainted with One Another': Jewett, Howells, and the Dual Aesthetic of Deephaven." Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon. Ed. Karen L. Kilcup and Thomas S. Edwards.Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1999. 99-120.

Petsche, Heather. ""A Thing to Make the Angels Weep"? : Evaluating the Plot and Characterization of Sarah Orne Jewett's the Tory Lover." 2005.

Piacentino, Edward J. "Local Color and Beyond: The Artistic Dimension of Sarah Orne Jewett's 'the Foreigner'." Colby Library Quarterly 21.2 (1985): 92-98.

Pool, Eugene H. "The Child in Sarah Orne Jewett." Colby Library Quarterly 7 (1967): 503-09.

Poole, Ralph J. "Geister-Sex: Sarah Orne Jewetts the Foreigner Oder: Wiederentdecken Von Frauenliebe in Us-Amerikanischer Literatur Des 19. Jahrhunderts." Forum Homosexualitat und Literatur 35 (1999): 35-79.

Portales, Marco A. "History of a Text: Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." The New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 55.4 (1982): 586-92.

Powell, Betty Jane. "The 'Loud and Anxious Tick of Time': Genealogical Tropes in the Fiction of Sarah Orne Jewett." U of Kentucky, 1996.

Powell, Betty J. "Speaking to One Another: Narrative Unity in Sarah Orne Jewett's Old Friends and New." Colby Quarterly 34.2 (1998): 150-71.

Pratt, Annis. "Women and Nature in Modern Fiction." Contemporary Literature 13 (1972): 476-90.

Pry, Elmer. "Folk-Literary Aesthetics in the Country of the Pointed Firs." Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 44 (1978): 7-12.

Pryse, Marjorie. "Women 'at Sea': Feminist Realism in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'the Foreigner'." American Literary Realism 15.2 (1982): 244-52.

Pryse, Marjorie. "Archives of Female Friendship and the 'Way' Jewett Wrote." The New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 66.1 (1993): 47-66.

---. "Sex, Class, and 'Category Crisis': Reading Jewett's Transitivity." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 70.3 (1998): 517-49.

---. "Sex, Class, and 'Category Crisis': Reading Jewett's Transitivity." Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon. Ed. Karen L. --Edwards Kilcup, Thomas S. Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1999. 31-62.

---. "Sex, Class, and 'Category Crisis': Reading Jewett's Transitivity." No More Separate Spheres! A Next Wave American Studies Reader. Ed. Cathy N. (ed. Davidson, preface, and introd.)--Hatcher, Jessamyn (ed., preface, and introd.). Next Wave: New Directions in Women's Studies. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 2002. 149-79.

---. "'I Was Country When Country Wasn't Cool': Regionalizing the Modern in Jewett's a Country Doctor." American Literary Realism 34.3 (2002): 217-32.

Pryse, Marjorie, ed. "'Outgrown Friends,' by Sarah Orne Jewett." The New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 69.3 (1996): 461-72.

Pugh, Charles Scott. "The Meditative Art of Sarah Orne Jewett." Diss., 1979.

Renza, Louis A. "a White Heron" and the Question of Minor Literature. Wisconsin Project on Amer. Writers. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1984.

Rhode, Robert D. "Sarah Orne Jewett and 'the Palpable Present Intimate'." Colby Library Quarterly 8 (1968): 146-55.

Richardson, Kelly L. "'a Happy, Rural Seat of Various Views': The Ecological Spirit in Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs and the Dunnet Landing Stories." Such News of the Land: U. S. Women Nature Writers. Ed. Thomas S. --De Wolfe Edwards, Elizabeth A. --Norwood, Vera (foreword). Hanover, NH: UP of New England, 2001. 95-109.

Robertson, Marcia Louise. "Stowe, Jewett, and Cather: The Development of a Fiction of Place." 1988.

Rohloff, Jean. "'a Quicker Signal': Women and Language in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'the Country of the Pointed Firs'." South Atlantic Review 55.2 (1990): 33-46.

Roman, Judith. "A Closer Look at the Jewett-Fields Relationship." Critical Essays on Sarah Orne Jewett. Ed. Gwen L. Nagel. Critical Essays on American Literature. Boston: Hall, 1984. 119-34.

Roman, Margaret. "'to Make One Dream': Sarah Orne Jewett's Androgynous Vision." 1987.

Romines, Ann. "In Deephaven: Skirmishes near the Swamp." Colby Library Quarterly 16 (1980): 205-19.

---. "Domestic Troubles." Colby Library Quarterly 24.1 (1988): 50-60.

---. "The Hermit's Parish: Jeanne Le Ber and Cather's Legacy from Jewett." Cather Studies 1 (1990): 147-58.

---. The Home Plot: Women, Writing & Domestic Ritual. Amherst: U of Massachusetts P, 1992.

---. "The Professor and the Pointed Firs: Cather, Jewett, and the Problem of Editing." Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon. Ed. Karen L. Kilcup and Thomas S. Edwards. Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1999. 153-66.

Rust, Marion, and ed. and introd. "'The Old Town of Berwick,' by Sarah Orne Jewett." New England Quarterly 73.1 (2000): 122-58.

Sandilands, Catriona. "The Importance of Reading Queerly: Jewett's Deephaven as Feminist Ecology." Isle: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 11.2 (2004): 57-77.

Saur, Pamela S. "The Local Color Ideology of Sarah Orne Jewett." Lamar Journal of the Humanities 31.2 (2006): 25-34. Print.

Sawaya, Francesca. "Domesticity, Cultivation, and Vocation in Jane Addams and Sara Orne Jewett." Nineteenth-Century Literature 48.4 (1994): 507-28.

---. Modern Women, Modern Work : Domesticity, Professionalism, and American Writing, 1890-1950. Rethinking the Americas. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004.

Schachinger, Carol. "Sarah Orne Jewett's Maine." Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon. Ed. Karen L. Kilcup and Thomas S. Edwards. Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1999. 277-86.

Schaefer, Anita Jeanne. "Three Significant Motifs in the New England Stories and Sketches of Sarah Orne Jewett." 1976.

Schrag, Mitzi. "'Whiteness' as Loss in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'the Foreigner'." Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon. Ed. Karen L. Kilcup and Thomas S. Edwards.Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1999. 185-206.

Sedgwick, Ellery. "Horace Scudder and Sarah Orne Jewett: Market Forces in Publishing in the 1890s." American Periodicals: A Journal of History, Criticism, and Bibliography 2 (1992): 79-88.

Shannon, Laurie. "'the Country of Our Friendship': Jewett's Intimist Art." American Literature 71.2 (1999): 227-62.

Shelston, Alan. "From Cranford to the Country of the Pointed Firs: Elizabeth Gaskell's American Publication and the Work of Sarah Orne Jewett." Gaskell Society Journal 17 (2003): 77-91.

Sherman, Sarah W. "Victorians and the Matriarchal Mythology: A Source for Mrs. Todd." Colby Library Quarterly 22.1 (1986): 63-74.

Sherman, Sarah Way. Sarah Orne Jewett, an American Persephone. Hanover: UP of New England, 1989.

---. "Party out of Bounds: Gender and Class in Jewett's 'the Best China Saucer'." Jewett and Her Contemporaries: Reshaping the Canon. Ed. Karen L. --Edwards Kilcup, Thomas S. Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1999. 223-48.

---. "Jewett and the Incorporation of New England: 'the Gray-Mills of Farley'." American Literary Realism 34 (2002): 191-216.

Singley, Carol J. "Reaching Lonely Heights: Sarah Orne Jewett, Emily Dickinson, and Female Initiation." Colby Library Quarterly 22.1 (1986): 75-82.

Smith, George. "Jewett's Unspeakable Unspoken: Retracting the Female Body through the Country of the Pointed Firs." Modern Language Studies 24.2 (1994): 11-19.

Smith, Gayle L. "The Language of Transcendence in Sarah Orne Jewett's 'A White Heron'." Colby Library Quarterly 19.1 (1983): 37-44.

---. "Hawthorne, Jewett, and the Meditative Sublime." Hawthorne and Women: Engendering and Expanding the Hawthorne Tradition. Ed. John L. Idol, Jr. --Ponder, Melinda M. Amherst, MA: U of Massachusetts P, 1999. 179-90.

Smith, Sidonie, and Julia Watson. Before They Could Vote : American Women's Autobiographical Writing, 1819-1919. Wisconsin Studies in Autobiography. Madison, Wis.: University of Wisconsin Press, 2006. HQ1412 .B44 2006

Snow, Malinda. "'That One Talent': The Vocation as Theme in Sarah Orne Jewett's a Country Doctor." Colby Library Quarterly 16 (1980): 138-47.

Solomon, Melissa. "'the Queen's Twin': Sarah Orne Jewett and Lesbian Symmetry." Nineteenth-Century Literature 60.3 (2005): 355-74. Print.

Sparks, Laurel Vivian. "Counterparts: The Fiction of Mary Wilkins Freeman, Sarah Orne Jewett, and Kate Chopin." U of Iowa, 1991.

St. Armand, Barton. "Jewett and Marin: The Inner Vision." Colby Library Quarterly 9 (1972): 632-43.

Stevenson, Catherine Barnes. "The Double Consciousness of the Narrator in Sarah Orne Jewett's Fiction." Colby Library Quarterly 11 (1975): 1-12.

Stoddard, Karen Leigh. "Spacious Places of Spiritual Autobiography: The Paradox of Pilgrimage in Sarah Jewett's 'the Country of the Pointed Firs'." Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 65.11 (2005): 4201.

Stoddart, Scott Frederick. "Selected Letters of Sarah Orne Jewett: A Critical Edition with Commentary." Dissertation Abstracts International 49.9 (1989): 2661A.

Stowe, William W. "Doing History on Vacation: 'Ktaadn' and the Country of the Pointed Firs'." New England Quarterly: A Historical Review of New England Life and Letters 71.2 (1998): 163-89.

Strain, Margaret M. "'Characters ... Worth Listening to': Dialogized Voices in Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." Colby Quarterly 30.2 (1994): 131-45.

Subbaraman, Sivagami. "Rites of Passage: Narratorial Plurality as Structure in Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." The Centennial Review 33.1 (1989): 60-74.

Swartz, Patti Capel. "We Do Not All Go Two by Two: Or, Abandoning the Ark." Jewett and Her Contemporaries:Reshaping the Canon. Ed. Karen L. Kilcup and Thomas S. Edwards. Gainesville, FL: UP of Florida, 1999. 265-76.

Sutherland, John H. ed.,"Papers from the Jewett Conference at Westbrook College." Colby Library Quarterly 22.1 (1986).

Tarr, Rodger, and Carol Anita Clayton. "'Carlyle in America': An Unpublished Short Story by Sarah Orne Jewett." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 54.1 (1982): 101-15.

Terrie, Philip G. "Local Color and a Mythologized Past: The Rituals of Memory in the Country of the Pointed Firs." Colby Library Quarterly 23.1 (1987): 16-25.

Thorp, Margaret F. Sarah Orne Jewett. University of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1966.

Tischleder, Bärbel. "Literary Interiors, Cherished Things, and Feminine Subjectivity in the Gilded Age." English Studies in Canada 31.1 (2005): 96-117.

Toth, Susan A. "The Value of Age in the Fiction of Sarah Orne Jewett." Studies in Short Fiction 8 (1971): 433-41.

---. "Sarah Orne Jewett and Friends: A Community of Interest." Studies in Short Fiction 9 (1972): 233-41.

Toth, Susan Allen. "'the Rarest and Most Peculiar Grape': Versions of the New England Woman in Nineteenth-Century Local Color Literature." Regionalism and the Female Imagination: A Collection of Essays. Ed. Emily Toth. New York: Human Sciences, 1985. 15-28.

Tripathi, Vanashree. "Initiation--Male/Female: Volitional Consciousness in Nineteenth Century American Fiction with Reference to Sara Orne Jewett's 'a White Heron'." Mark Twain and Nineteenth Century American Literature. Ed. E. Nageswara Rao. Seminar Proceedings Series. Hyderabad: Amer. Studies Research Centre, 1993. 110-20.

Tucker, Edward L. "A New Letter by Sarah Orne Jewett." ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 15.4 (2002): 39-41.

Vella, Michael W. "Sarah Orne Jewett: A Reading of the Country of the Pointed Firs." ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 73 (1973): 275-82.

Voelker, Paul D., et al. "(Special Issue on Sarah Orne Jewett.)." Colby Library Quarterly 9.4 (1970).

Watanabe, Kazuko. "Dunnet Landing No Sekai: Jewett No the Country of the Pointed Firs." Yamakawa Kozo Kyoju Taikan Kinen Ronbunshu. Toyonaka: N.p., 1981. 511-24.

Wegener, Frederick, ed. and introd. A Country Doctor. By Sarah Orne Jewett. New York: Penguin Books, 2005.

Weinstein, Daniel James. "Educating Sympathy: Imagination and Convention in Works by Harriet Beecher Stowe, Sarah Orne Jewett and Mary E. Wilkins Freeman." State U of New York Buffalo, 2000.

Welburn, Ron. "The Braided Rug, Pennyroyal, and the Pathos of Almira Todd: A Cultural Reading of the Country of the Pointed Firs." Journal of American Culture 17.4 (1994): 73-78.

Wesley, Marilyn C. "The Genteel Picara: The Ethical Imperative in Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." Colby Quarterly 31.4 (1995): 279-91.

Westbrook, Perry D. Acres of Flint: Sarah Orne Jewett and Her Contemporaries. Metuchen: Scarecrow, 1981.

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Westra, Helen. "Age and Life's Great Prospects' in Sarah Orne Jewett's the Country of the Pointed Firs." Colby Quarterly 26.3 (1990): 161-70.

Wicker, Kent William. "Landscapes of Authenticity: Locating the Self in Jewett, Wister, and Cather." Duke U, 1994.

Wider, Sarah Ann. "Books and Their Covers: Sarah Orne Jewett and Sarah Whitman through My Daughter's Eyes." Colby Quarterly 34.2 (1998): 172-94.

Williams, Sister Mary, C.S.J. "The Pastoral in New England Local Color: Celia Thaxter, Sarah Orne Jewett, Alice Brown." 1972.

Willoughby, John W. "Sarah Orne Jewett and Her Shelter Island: Letters of Sarah Orne Jewett and Annie Fields to Eben Norton Horsford." Confrontation (Long Island U.) 8 (1974): 72-86.

Wittenberg, Judith Bryant. "Deephaven: Sarah Orne Jewett's Exploratory Metafiction." Studies in American Fiction 19.2 (1991): 153-63.

---. "Re-Vision and Transformation: Deephaven and Cranford." Colby Quarterly 27.3 (1991): 121-31.

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Zagarell, Sandra A. "Narrative of Community: The Identification of a Genre." Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 13.3 (1988): 498-527.

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---. "Response to Jacqueline Shea Murphy's 'Replacing Regionalism." American Literary History 10.4 (1998): 691-97.

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Zanger, Jules. "'Young Goodman Brown' and 'a White Heron': Correspondences and Illuminations." Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 26.3 (1990): 346-57.

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Sarah Orne Jewett, in full Theodora Sarah Orne Jewett, (born Sept. 3, 1849, South Berwick, Maine, U.S.—died June 24, 1909, South Berwick), American writer of regional fiction that centred on life in Maine.

Jewett was often taken by her physician father on visits to the fishermen and farmers of her native Maine, and she developed a deep and abiding love of their way of life and of the sights and sounds of her surroundings. These experiences, and reading in her family’s ample library, formed the bulk of her education. Although she also attended the Berwick Academy, graduating in 1865, she considered her schooling insignificant compared with the learning she gained on her own. During her childhood she began to write of the perishing farms and neglected, shipless harbours around her. She published her first story, “Jenny Garrow’s Lovers,” in the Flag of Our Union in 1868 and followed it with “The Shipwrecked Buttons” in the Riverside Magazine for Young People and “Mr. Bruce” in The Atlantic Monthly in 1869. Her early pieces were signed “Alice Eliot” or “A.C. Eliot.” Numerous later sketches of a New England town, “Deephaven,” that resembled South Berwick, were published in The Atlantic Monthly and were collected in Deephaven (1877), her first book.

There followed many other collections of stories and vignettes, often first published in the Century, Harper’s, or the Atlantic. She wrote three novels—A Country Doctor (1884), A Marsh Island (1885), and The Tory Lover (1901)—but sustained narrative was not her forte. She also wrote a number of books for children, including Play Days (1878), Betty Leicester (1889), and Betty Leicester’s English Christmas (1897).

Jewett’s best book, The Country of the Pointed Firs (1896), like Deephaven, portrayed the isolation and loneliness of a declining seaport town and the unique humour of its people. The sympathetic but unsentimental portrayal of this provincial and rapidly disappearing society made her an important local-colour writer, and in this she was a profound influence on Willa Cather. The best of her writing resembled 19th-century French fiction, especially that of Gustave Flaubert, whom she greatly admired, in its naturalism, precision, and compactness. Her writing career ended after a disabling accident in 1902. Her collected poems were published posthumously as Verses (1916).

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