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Todd and Mrs. Fosdick, and concerns a woman whose personal history now belongs to the history of the community. Through this novel, Jewett celebrates the hu- 2 6 man urge to narrate stories, as indicated by the narrator’s need to repeat to the reader all of the stories she was told during her summer at Dunnet Landing. Memories and Nostalgia Memories and nostalgia are important themes in The Country of the Pointed Firs. All of the people the narrator meets are between the ages of sixty and ninety, with the bulk of their lives behind them.
Jewett offers a series of character sketches of Captain Littlepage, Mrs. Blackett, William Blackett, and Elijah 2 7 T h e C o u n t r y o f t h e P o i n t e d Tilley, among others. The importance of each character to the narrative is indicated by many of the chapter titles, which simply name the character to be sketched within that chapter. The portrayal of the character Mrs. Todd, whom critics generally agree is Jewett’s greatest character in all of her fiction, provides the overarching character sketch of the book.