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The process of falling in love at first sight is as final as it is swift in such a case, but the growth of true friendship may be a lifelong affair.
Sarah Orne
Jewett
The Country of the Pointed Firs
 
Sarah Orne Jewett
 
Chronicling the events, the people and the relationships woven, especially among the women, in the coastal town of Dunnet Landing, Maine, Jewett provides the modern reader with a window into a time past—where life was much more simple but in many ways just as complex.
 
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CONTENTS
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BOSTON: HOUGHTON MIFFLIN, 1910
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 1999
 
 
I. The Return
II. Mrs. Todd
III. The Schoolhouse
IV. At the Schoolhouse Window
V. Captain Littlepage
VI. The Waiting Place
VII. The Outer Island
VIII. Green Island
IX. William
X. Where Pennyroyal Grew
XI. The Old Singers
XII. A Strange Sail
XIII. Poor Joanna
XIV. The Hermitage
XV. On Shell-Heap Island
XVI. The Great Expedition
XVII. A Country Road
XVIII. The Bowden Reunion
XIX. The Feast's End
XX. Along Shore
XXI. A Dunnet Shepherdess
XXII. The Queen's Twin
XXIII. William's Wedding
XXIV. The Backward View



 
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