Uilng of New Eog Und village life long before I nuule my home in the nune county a.H my imaginary SU rkfield; though, during the years dpent there, certain of its aspects became much more familiar to me. Even before that final initiation, however, I had had an uneaqr sense that the New England of fiction bore little except a vague botanical and dialectical resemb Unce to the harsh and beautifdjand as I had seen it. Even the abundant enumeration of sweet-fcm, asters and mountain-laurel, and the conscientious reproduction of the vernacular. left me with the feeling that the outcropping granite had in both caaes been overlooked. I give the impreanon merely as a personal one; it accounts for Ethan Frame, and may, to some readers, in a measure justify it.
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