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The portable Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne; Malcolm Cowley
Publisher: New York : Viking Press, 1985, ©1969.
Series: Viking portable library.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Rev. and expanded ed.View all editions and formats
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The Portable Hawthorne includes writings from each major stage in the career of Nathaniel Hawthorne: a number of his most intriguing early tales, all of "The Scarlet Letter," excerpts from his three subsequently published romances "The House of Seven Gables," "The Blithedale Romance," and "The Marble Faun" as well as passages from his European journals and a sampling of his last, unfinished works. The editors  Read more...
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Named Person: Malcolm Cowley; Nathaniel Hawthorne; American fiction.; Malcolm Cowley
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nathaniel Hawthorne; Malcolm Cowley
ISBN: 0517478579 9780517478578
OCLC Number: 265299035
Notes: Previously published as: The portable Hawthorne. 1969.
Description: 698 pages.
Contents: The New England legend --
The solitary heart --
The scarlet letter --
from The House of Seven Gables --
from The Blithedale romance --
from The marble faun --
from The Dolliver romance --
The American notebooks --
The English notebooks --
The French and Italian notebooks --
A bundle of letters.
Series Title: Viking portable library.

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The Portable Hawthorne includes writings from each major stage in the career of Nathaniel Hawthorne: a number of his most intriguing early tales, all of "The Scarlet Letter," excerpts from his three subsequently published romances "The House of Seven Gables," "The Blithedale Romance," and "The Marble Faun" as well as passages from his European journals and a sampling of his last, unfinished works. The editors introduction and head notes trace the evolution of Hawthorne's writing over the course of his long career: from the tales, to their apotheosis in "The Scarlet Letter," through his popular romances, to his private journals and frustrated attempts at another romance. Readers looking for a critical vantage point from which to see Hawthorne's artistic rise, triumph, and sad decline can find it in this collection.

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