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The complete works of Nathaniel Hawthorne

Auteur : Nathaniel Hawthorne; George Parsons Lathrop
Éditeur : Boston ; New York : Houghton, Mifflin, 1882.
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Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864.
Complete works of Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Boston ; New York : Houghton, Mifflin, 1882
(OCoLC)589063527
Personne nommée : Nathaniel Hawthorne; Nathaniel Hawthorne
Format : Book
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Nathaniel Hawthorne; George Parsons Lathrop
Numéro OCLC : 4602291
Notes : Half title; each vol. has separate t.p.
At head of title: Riverside edition.
Illustrated by Blum, Church, Dielman, Gifford, Shirlaw, and Turner.
Description : 13 volumes : plates ; 20 cm
Contenu : Vol. 1. Twice-told tales. Introductory note ; Preface ; The gray champion ; Sunday at home ; The wedding knell ; The minister's black veil ; The May-pole of Merry Mount ; The gentle boy ; Mr. Higginbotham's catastrophe ; Little Annie's ramble ; Wakefield ; A rill from the town pump ; The great carbuncle ; The prophetic pictures ; David Swan ; Sights from a steeple ; The hollow of the three hills ; The toll-gatherer's day ; The vision of the fountain ; Fancy's show box ; Dr. Heidegger's experiment ; Legends of the Province House (Howe's masquerade ; Edward Randolph's portrait ; Lady Eleanor's mantle ; Old Esther Dudley) ; The haunted mind ; The village uncle ; The ambitious guest ; The sister years ; Snowflakes ; The seven vagabonds ; The white old maid ; Peter Goldthwaite's treasure ; Chippings with a chisel ; The Shaker bridal ; Night sketches ; Endicott and the red cross ; The lily's quest ; Footprints on the sea-shore ; Edward Fane's rosebud ; The threefold destiny --
vol. 2. Mosses from an old manse. Introductory note ; The old manse ; The birthmark ; A select party ; Young Goodman Brown ; Rappaccini's daughter ; Mrs. Bullfrog ; Fire worship ; Buds and bird voices ; Monsieur du Miroir ; The hall of fantasy ; The celestial railroad ; The procession of life ; Feathertop : a moralized legend ; The new Adam and Eve ; Egotism, or, The bosom serpent ; The Christmas banquet ; Drowne's wooden image ; The intelligence office ; Roger Malvin's burial ; P.'s correspondence ; Earth's holocaust ; Passages from a relinquished work ; Sketches from memory ; The old apple dealer ; The artist of the beautiful ; A virtuoso's collection --
vol. 3. The house of the seven gables, and The snow image and other twice-told tales. The house of the seven gables (Introductory note ; Preface ; The old Pyncheon family ; The little shop-window ; The first customer ; A day behind the counter ; May and November ; Maule's well ; The guest ; The Pyncheon of to-day ; Clifford and Phoebe ; The Pyncheon garden ; The arched window ; The daguerreotypist ; Alice Pyncheon ; Phoebe's good-bye ; The scowl and smile ; Clifford's chamber ; The flight of two owls ; Governor Pyncheon ; Alice's posies ; The flower of Eden ; The departure) ; The snow-image and other twice-told tales. (Introductory note ; Preface ; The snow-image : a childish miracle ; The great stone face ; Main street ; Ethan Brand ; A bell's biography ; Sylph Etherege ; The Canterbury pilgrims ; Old news (The old French war ; The old Tory) ; The man of Adamant : an apologue ; The devil in manuscript ; John Inglefield's Thanksgiving ; Old Ticonderoga : a picture of the past ; The wives of the dead ; Little Daffydowndilly ; My kinsman, Major Molineux) --
vol. 4. A wonder-book, Tanglewood tales, and Grandfather's chair. A wonder-book for girls and boys (Introductory note ; Preface ; Tanglewood porch : introductory to "The gorgon's head" ; The gorgon's head ; Tanglewood porch : after the story ; Shadow brook : introductory to "The golden touch" ; The golden touch ; Shadow brook : after the story ; Tanglewood play-room : introductory to "The paradise of children" ; The paradise of children ; Tanglewood play-room : after the story ; Tanglewood fireside : introductory to "The three golden apples" ; The three golden apples ; Tanglewood fireside : after the story ; The hill-side : introductory to "The miraculous pitcher" ; The miraculous pitcher ; The hill-side : after the story ; Bald summit : introductory to "The Chimeaera" ; The Chimeaera ; Bald summit : after the story) ; Tanglewood tales (The wayside : introductory ; The Minotaur ; The pygmies ; The dragon's teeth ; Circe's palace ; The pomegranate seeds ; The golden fleece) ; The whole history of grandfather's chair --
vol. 5. The scarlet letter, and The Blithedale romance. The scarlet letter (Introductory note ; Preface to the 2nd edition ; The custom-house : introductory ; The prison-door ; The market-place ; The recognition ; The interview ; Hester at her needle ; Pearl ; The governor's hall ; The elf-child and the minister ; The leech ; The leech and his patient ; The interior of a heart ; The minister's vigil ; Another view of Hester ; Hester and the physician ; Hester and Pearl ; A forest walk ; The pastor and his parishioner ; A flood of sunshine ; The child at the brook-side ; The minister in a maze ; The New England holiday ; The procession ; The revelation of the scarlet letter ; Conclusion) ; The Blithedale romance (Introductory note ; Preface ; Old Moodie ; Blithedale ; A knot of dreamers ; The supper-table ; Until bedtime ; Coverdale's sick-chamber ; The convalescent ; A modern Arcadia ; Hollingsworth, Zenobia, Priscilla ; A visitor from town ; The wood-path ; Coverdale's Hermitage ; Zenobia's legend ; Eliot's pulpit ; A crisis ; Leave-takings ; The hotel ; The boarding-house ; Zenobia's drawing-room ; They vanish ; An old acquaintance ; Fauntleroy ; A village hall ; The masqueraders ; The three together ; Zenobia and Coverdale ; Midnight ; Blithedale pasture ; Miles Coverdale's confession) --
vol. 6. The marble faun, or, The romance of Monte Beni. Miriam, Hilda, Kenyon, Donatello ; The faun ; Subterranean reminiscences ; The spectre of the catacomb ; Miriam's studio ; The virgin's shrine ; Beatrice ; The suburban villa ; The faun and nymph ; The sylvan dance ; Fragmentary sentences ; A stroll on the Pincian ; A sculptor's studio ; Cleopatra ; An aesthetic company ; A moonlight ramble ; Miriam's trouble ; On the edge of a precipice ; The faun's transformation ; The burial chant ; The dead Capuchin ; The Medici gardens ; Miriam and Hilda ; The tower among the Apennines ; Sunshine ; The pedigree of Monte Beni ; Myths ; The owl tower ; On the battlements ; Donatello's bust ; The marble saloon ; Scenes by the way ; Pictured windows ; Market-day in Perugia ; The bronze pontiff's benediction ; Hilda's tower ; The emptiness of picture galleries ; Altars and incense ; The world's cathedral ; Hilda and a friend ; Snow-drops and maidenly delights ; Reminiscences of Miriam ; The extinction of a lamp ; The deserted shrine ; The flight of Hilda's doves ; A walk on the Campagna ; The peasant and Contadina ; A scene in the Corso ; A frolic of the carnival ; Miriam, Hilda, Kenyon, Donatello --
vol. 7-8. Our old home, and English note-books --
vol. 9. Passages from the American note-books --
vol. 10 Passages from the French and Italian note-books --
vol. 11. The Dolliver romance, Fanshawe, and Septimius Felton, with an appendix containing The ancestral footstep --
vol. 12. Tales, sketches, and other papers, with a biographical sketch by George Parsons Lathrop. Introductory sketch ; Sketches from memory (The inland port ; Rochester ; A night scene) ; Fragments from the journal of a solitary man (My home return) ; My visit to Niagara ; The antique ring ; Graves and goblins ; Dr. Bullivant ; A book of autographs ; An old woman's tale ; Time's portraiture : address ; "Browne's folly" ; Benjamin West ; Sir Isaac Newton ; Samuel Johnson ; Oliver Cromwell ; Benjamin Franklin ; Queen Christina ; Mrs. Hutchinson ; Sir William Phips ; Sir William Pepperell ; Thomas Green Fessenden ; Jonathan Cilley ; Alice Doane's appeal ; Chiefly about war matters ; Life of Franklin Pierce ; Sketch of the life of Nathaniel Hawthorne --
vol. 13. Doctor Grimshawe's secret, ed., with preface and notes by Julian Hawthorne --
vol. 14-15. Nathaniel Hawthorne and his wife / by Julian Hawthorne.
Responsabilité : with introductory notes by George Parsons Lathrop.

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