VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1
Imitation & Allusion is pleased to share our inaugural issue, inspired by the pairing of Sarah Orne Jewett and Robert Frost!
About this Issue
Though Jewett was about thirty years older than Frost and Frost lived sixty years longer than Jewett, we saw a link in these two writers because of their works’ settings and subject matter: rural New England and life there. We wondered what interesting parallels might arise between the two despite the differences in their timelines, and were pleasantly surprised by the submissions we received. Enjoy!
Works by both authors are available for free online. The Sarah Orne Jewett Text Project is a collaboration of many institutions and individuals that provides the writer’s biographical information as well as her complete works. Meanwhile, Bartleby.com has a concise selection of Frost’s works available.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
An Old Woodstove
Crisp, the morning in April
To view this issue, simply click on the title of each piece.