Author:Jean Webster

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Jean Webster
American author, Mark Twain's grandniece; whose best known book, Daddy-Long-Legs, was adapted into numerous plays, films, TV serials, and even a musical anime television special in Japan.
Jean Webster


(Most chapters first published as individual short stories in various magazines)

Individual short works[edit]

Included in Much Ado About Peter, 1909

  • ' "Gervie Zame, Gervie Door",' (ss) McClure's Sep 1905
  • "Miss Ethel's Dress," (ss) McClure's Oct 1905 (as "The Ruffled Frock" in MAAP)
  • "The Rise of Vittorio," (ss) The American Magazine Oct 1908
  • "George Washington's Understudy," (ss) Hampton's Magazine Feb 1909
  • "Mrs. Carter As Fate," (ss) McClure's Nov 1905
  • "A Parable for Husbands," (ss) McClure's Dec 1905


  • "On Lone Tree Hill," (ss) The Smart Set Nov 1909
  • "What Happened at School," (ss) The Independent May 11 1918
  • "When Patty Went to Boarding School," (ss) Ladies' Home Journal Apr 15 1911

Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.