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Although Hawthorne himself felt the story was not memorable, esteemed authors like Herman Melville, Henry James, Edgar Allan Poe, and even Stephen King have praised it as one of his best works. Plot Summary: In the interval of silence he stole forward until the light glared full upon his eyes.
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Published December 1, 1972 by Ohio State University Press.
The Nathaniel Hawthorne Page at American Literature, featuring a biography and Free Library of the author's Novels, Stories .
The Nathaniel Hawthorne Page at American Literature, featuring a biography and Free Library of the author's Novels, Stories, Poems, Letters, and Texts. Hawthorne's lesser-known poems exemplify Dark Romanticism; some of his darkest works, including his ghost stories and tales involving the supernatural, fall within the genre of Gothic Literature. Young Hawthorne was a contemporary of fellow Transcendalists: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Louisa May Alcott, Hawthorne was part of this prominent circle of Massachusetts writers and philosophers. The Transcendentalists believed in the "inherent goodness of both people and nature.
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Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1804–64, American novelist and short-story writer, b. Salem, Mass. one of the great masters of American fiction. Early Life and Works. Descended from a prominent Puritan family, Hawthorne was the son of a sea captain who died when Nathaniel was 4 years old. When he was 14 he and his mother moved to a lonely farm in Maine. After attending Bowdoin College (1821–25), he devoted himself to writing. His first novel, Fanshawe (1829), published anonymously, was unsuccessful
Central to Nathaniel Hawthorne’s romances is his idea of a neutral territory, described in the Custom House sketch that precedes The Scarlet Letter as a place somewhere between the real world and fairy-land.
Central to Nathaniel Hawthorne’s romances is his idea of a neutral territory, described in the Custom House sketch that precedes The Scarlet Letter as a place somewhere between the real world and fairy-land, where the Actual and the Imaginary may meet, and each imbue itself with the nature of the other. A romance, according to Hawthorne, is different from the novel, which maintains a minute fidelity. to the probable and ordinary course of man’s experience
Contains selections from Hawthorne's journals from 1835 to 1853, shortly before his . Some of his working ideas for stories sound absolutely modern.
Contains selections from Hawthorne's journals from 1835 to 1853, shortly before his departure for England, as well as some extracts from his letters within the same period. This title also contains many initial ideas which were to become stories and parts of romances, as well as meticulous observations of people and nature. Reading Nathaniel Hawthorne's Notebooks is a very different experience than reading those of Henry James, Steinbeck, Thomas Mann (Diaries), Robert Musil or even those published by Reynolds Price.
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