From Manual of Ready Reference to The Authors' Digest Authors Press, New York: 1909
661. Jane Field (1892), XVII. 248. 1. Character. 2. Ethics. 3. Religion. A poor New England woman, a religious fanatic, is mistaken for another, and, suppressing the truth, receives an inheritance. At last remorse of conscience causes her to reveal the deception, and to the end of life she remains a monomaniac, repeating her confession to every stranger she meets.