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1899. With illustrations. Mary E. Wilkins (Freeman), American author whose short stories are highly regarded by the critics. Her stories and novels paint a picture of Massachusetts and Vermont still under the influence of Puritanism, in her view, a philosophy made rigid by time. Her other works include Jerome, a Poor Man; Madelon; and Jane Field. Contents: Silence; The Buckley Lady; Evelina's Garden; A New England Prophet; The Little Maid at the Door; and Lydia Hersey, of East Bridgewater. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.