Nathaniel Hawthorne


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

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Hawthorne and Environment: Ecocritical Perspectives": A special issue of the Nathaniel Hawthorne Review, Spring 2018
Nathaniel Hawthorne was born in 1804 and died in 1864, during the US Civil War.
NEW YORK CITY: The East Village's Metropolitan Playhouse continues its seasonal survey of American lit (which began with festivals inspired by Edgar Allan Poe and Mark Twain in 2006 and 2007) by tipping its cap to Nathaniel Hawthorne.
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.
Transatlantic Literary and Cultural Perspectives is an extensive work of literary criticism and analysis that explores the complicated and reciprocal relationship between George Elliot's fiction and the writings of her American contemporaries, including Nathaniel Hawthorne, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Margaret Fuller, and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Name a key event in early America and one of the Peabody sisters was there: attending Transcendentalist Club meetings, editing The Dial, helping to organize the utopian Brook Farm, walking with Henry David Thoreau, discoursing on religion and abolition with William Ellery Channing, reforming schools with Horace Mann, hosting Margaret Fuller's Conversations, enjoying nature with Ralph Waldo Emerson, lending her name to Louisa May Alcott's little sister, "Beth" of Little Women, getting Nathaniel Hawthorne the customs inspector position that frames The Scarlet Letter, and inspiring his complex heroines.
The idea of utopia is a conceit beloved of Americans--think of Brook Farm (where Nathaniel Hawthorne did a stint), or Amos Alcott Bronson's Fruitlands.
Here we focus on The Scarlet Letter and its author Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Brenda Wineapple has written the most detailed and accessible life of Nathaniel Hawthorne to date.
Hawthorne In Concord is no light reading biographical sketch, but a substantial, informative, and superbly presented in-depth account of the great American man of letters, Nathaniel Hawthorne, considering both his literary contribution and his influence on Concord's community of philosophers, poets, reformers and intellectuals as a whole.
A student's guide to Nathaniel Hawthorne (Understanding literature).
Consequently, Kirk identified Nathaniel Hawthorne, one of J.
More than 100 years ago, Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote: "Mountains are Earth's undecaying monuments.
Nathaniel Hawthorne of Radyr Comprehensive School, David Samuel of Ysgol Gyfun Rhydywaun and Jo Knibbs of Ysgol Dinas Bran Llangollen were selected from a pool of competitors.
Crain's brief but competent survey of gender in American culture introduces two nineteenth-century novels, one published under a pseudonym by Susan Warner in 1850, and the other, as announced, is The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne.