Miss Jewett was speaking in her brisk, working voice; the troubled face had become alight.
"Mrs. Stillman and I will go over to ward seven," said Mrs. Jewett.
Many times Miss Jewett has been compared with Hawthorne,234 and undoubtedly there is basis for comparison.
Miss Jewett's style is less epigrammatic, but just as full of humor.
When young Jewett returned to the town he was himself again.
His opinion was accepted by Webster, Jewett, Edgar, and others.
One smiles as one reads the delicate sketches of Miss Jewett.
Mr. Jewett,” she began at once, “as a detective I certainly am a failure.
Mr. Jewett had agreed, saying that he would assume the responsibility; but of this Roberta knew nothing.
Mr. Jewett,” she exclaimed, “will you kindly say that over again?