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STRANGERS and WAYFARERS, 1890

by
Sarah Orne Jewett


Contents

A Winter Courtship  & Atlantic Text
The Mistress of Sydenham Plantation & Atlantic Text
The Town Poor & Atlantic Text
The Quest of Mr. Teaby & Atlantic Text
The Luck of the Bogans & Scribner's Text
Fair Day & Scribner's Text
Going to Shrewsbury & Atlantic Text
The Taking of Captain Ball & Harper's Text
By the Morning Boat & Atlantic Text
In Dark New England Days & Century Text
The White Rose Road & Atlantic Text

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Illustrations from the first edition of Strangers and Wayfarers

Cover of the 1890 edition, designed by Sarah Whitman


 
 

Title Page


 
 

Dedication

TO
S. W.

Painter of New England men and women
New England fields and shores

Sarah de St. Prix Wyman Whitman (1842-1904) was a painter, illustrator, designer of stained glass, and writer. She has paintings in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and created the Brooks Memorial Window at Trinity Church in Boston. She is the author of Robert Browning in his Relation to the Art of Painting (1889). Richard Cary reports that Whitman designed covers for several of Jewett's books: The King of Folly Island, Betty Leicester, Strangers and Wayfarers, and The Queen's Twin. One of Jewett's last literary projects was an edition of the Letters of Sarah Wyman Whitman in 1907 (Sarah Orne Jewett Letters p. 155).



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