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This is achieved by methods reminiscent of Deephaven but employed with far more sophistication so that the community of Dunnet Landing is not only a definite seacoast village but an epitome of the whole state of Maine. Between the covers of this remarkable little book one can find, indeed, almost the whole of New England, its landscape, its social changes, its people and their special qualities. Sarah Jewett did not deliberately set out to do anything of the kind but it was at this moment that her long observation and study of her country, her long practice in writing of everyday life as though it were history, came to its climax.
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Short, Clarice. "Studies in Gentleness," Western Humanities Review, 11: 387-93 (Autumn 1957). Smith, Eleanor M. "The Literary Relationship of Sarah Orne Jewett and Willa Sibert Gather," New England Quarterly, 29:472-92 (December 1956). Thompson, Charles M. "The Art of Miss Jewett," Atlantic Monthly, 94:485-97 (October 1904). Waggoner, Hyatt H. "The Unity of The Country of the Pointed Firs," Twentieth Century Literature, 5:67-73 (July 1959). Weber, Carl J. "Whittier and Sarah Orne Jewett," New England Quarterly, 18:401-7 (September 1945).