Augustin Thierry; Containing the Conquest of England, by the Normans; and Narrative of the Meringovian Era or Scenes of the Sixth Century; translated from the last Paris ed.
Presumably, she was researching her book, The Story of the Normans.
1869) which appeared in several editions in English translation during Jewett's lifetime.
He has no thought of any wrong; He scans me with a fearless eye.Hawker was the subject of Baring-Gould's The Vicar of Morwenstow (1875).Sandpiper: Celia Thaxter (1835-1894), popular poet, author of An Island Garden (1894), close friend of Jewett and Fields.Zola: mile Zola (1840-1902), the French novelist and leader of a school of naturalistic fiction.Notes for letter 9 last volume of Dickens' Letters: Charles Dickens (1812-1870), British author of such novels as David Copperfield (1850).
Jewett's tribute to Longfellow was reprinted as "Sara[h] Orne Jewett's Tribute," The Bookman 34 (November 1911), p. The quotation of the tribute had this introduction: We recall few nobler tributes than that written by the late Sara[h] Orne Jewett when she heard the news of Longfellow's death. Notes for letter 6A Morwenstow: This town in Cornwall, England, was the home of the poet Robert Stephen Hawker (1803-1875), who was its vicar. Carlyle's Reminiscences -- the Jane Welsh Carlyle: A selection of Jane Welsh Carlyle's letters was published in 1883 by James Anthony Froude (1818-1894), disciple of Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881). Froude also published Carlyle's Reminiscences in 1881.