Hawthorne


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United States writer of novels and short stories mostly on moral themes (1804-1864)

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Three months after their break up, Hawthorne was on the way back home from a night out when he tried to sneak into his expartner's home to snatch back his puppy.
Independent publishing companies Hawthorne and Dzanc have merged, with Hawthorne becoming a Dzanc imprint, international book publishing news company Publishers Weekly (PW) revealed on Thursday.
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Pierce and Hawthorne were close friends since their undergraduate days at Bowdoin College, a friendship that continued until Hawthorne's death in 1864.
The High Court heard Honor Hawthorne was forced out after the funeral was likened to a paramilitary procession.
John Jones has been CEO of The Hawthorne Organization since 1990.
Anna McGivaren and Andrew Stewart of Cronheim Mortgage have arranged $15 million in permanent financing for Hawthorne Discount Plaza, a retail center located at 111 Wagaraw Road in Hawthorne, New Jersey.
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Mary Elizabeth Hawthorne Padden died peacefully in her ninety fourth year, at South Lake Hospital, Toronto, Ontario.
Studying the friendship between Hawthorne and Pierce as it developed from their college days through their professional lives, Williamson (English, Muskingham College) contends that Pierce played the role of "savior-friend" in Hawthorne's endeavor to be a successful author and that Hawthorne transformed Pierce into a romanticized Jacksonian figure.
A visitor to the Manse will thrill to the words being written at that moment still visible upstairs" (67-68), historian, biographer, and novelist Philip McFarland writes in Hawthorne in Concord, referring to a moment and a scene in 1843 when Sophia and Nathaniel Hawthorne stood before the second-floor windows of their first home and scratched inscriptions to each other with Sophia's wedding diamond on window panes of the back-bedroom-turned-study for the then aspiring writer.