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Nathaniel Hawthorne : Critical Heritage Series - Donald J. Crowley

Nathaniel Hawthorne

Critical Heritage Series

By: Donald J. Crowley (Editor)

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Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-64). Recognised as one of greatest American writers. A moralist. Writings include: The Scarlet Letter, Fanshawe, The House of Seven Gables. Volume covers the period 1828-1883.
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General Editor's Prefacep. v
Preface and Acknowledgmentsp. xv
Introductionp. 1
Note on the Textp. 40
Fanshawep. 41
Notice in the New England Galaxyp. 41
[sarah Josepha Hale] from a Review in the Ladies' Magazinep. 42
Unsigned Notice in the [boston] Bower of Tastep. 43
Unsigned Notice in the Yankee and Boston Literary Gazettep. 43
From an Unsigned Review in the Boston Weekly Messengerp. 44
[william Leggett], from a Review in the Criticp. 45
Hawthorne, from a Letter to James T. Fieldsp. 47
[park Benjamin], from a Review of the Token for 1836, New-England Magazinep. 48
The Tokenp. 48
[henry F. Chorley], from a Review of the Token for 1836, Athenaeump. 49
[park Benjamin], from a Review of the Token for 1837, American Monthly Magazinep. 50
[lewis Gaylord Clark], from a Review of the Token for 1838, Knickerbocker Magazinep. 52
Twice-Told Talesp. 53
Unsigned Review in the Salem Gazettep. 53
From an Unsigned Review in the Knickerbocker Magazinep. 54
[henry Wadsworth Longfellow], from a Review in the North American Reviewp. 55
Notice in the Family Magazinep. 60
[charles Fenno Hoffman], a Review in the American Monthly Magazinep. 60
A[ndrew] P[reston] P[eabody], from a Review in the Christian Examinerp. 64
The Gentle Boy; a Thrice-Told Talep. 68
Hawthorne, from the Prefacep. 68
Notice in the Literary Gazettep. 69
Notice in the New York Reviewp. 69
Hawthorne, Prefacep. 70
Grandfather's Chairp. 70
Notice, in the Athenaeump. 71
[james Russell Lowell], from a Review of Historical Tales for Youth, Pioneerp. 72
E. A. Duyckinck: Hawthorne's Early Work, from an Unsigned Essay, 'Nathaniel Hawthorne', in Arcturusp. 74
Twice-Told Talesp. 79
[nathan Hale, Jr. ], from a Review in the Boston Miscellanyp. 79
[henry Wadsworth Longfellow], Review in the North American Reviewp. 80
[edgar Allan Poe], from a Review in Graham's Magazinep. 84
[orestes Brownson], from a Review in the Boston Quarterly Reviewp. 86
[edgar Allan Poe], a Review in Graham's Magazinep. 87
[g. P. R. James], from 'American Works of Fiction', in the Foreign and Colonial Quarterly Reviewp. 94
[henry F. Chorley], from a Review in the Athenaeump. 95
E. A. Duyckinck: Hawthorne as an Established Writer, from an Unsigned Essay, 'Nathaniel Hawthorne' in the Democratic Reviewp. 96
Hawthorne Among the Humorists, from an Unsigned Essay, 'American Humor' in the Democratic Reviewp. 101
Hawthorne, from 'The Old Manse'p. 102
Mosses from an Old Mansep. 102
Notice in Graham's Magazinep. 103
[henry F. Chorley], from a Review in the Athenaeump. 104
From an Unsigned Review, 'The American Library', in Blackwood's Magazinep. 106
[herman Melville], 'Hawthorne and His Mosses. by a Virginian Spending His Summer in Vermont', in the Literary Worldp. 111
Charles Wilkins Webber; Hawthorne and a National Literature, from an Unsigned Essay, 'Hawthorne', in the American Whig Reviewp. 126
S[amuel] W. S. D[utton]: Hawthorne and the Natural Style, from 'Nathaniel Hawthorne' in the New Englanderp. 135
Edgar A. Poe: the Attack on Hawthorne's Allegory, from 'Tale Writing-nathaniel Hawthorne', in Godey's Lady's Bookp. 141
The Scarlet Letterp. 151
Hawthorne, from 'The Custom-House'p. 151
Hawthorne, Preface to the Second Editionp. 154
[e. A. Duyckinck], from a Review in the Literary Worldp. 155
[george Ripley], from a Review in the New York Tribune Supplementp. 158
[e. P. Whipple], a Review in Graham's Magazinep. 160
[henry F. Chorley], a Review in the Athenaeump. 163
[anne W. Abbott], from a Review in the North American Reviewp. 164
[george Bailey Loring], from a Review in the Massachusetts Quarterly Reviewp. 168
[orestes Brownson], from a Review in Brownson's Quarterly Reviewp. 175
[arthur Cleveland Coxe], from 'The Writings of Hawthorne', in the Church Reviewp. 179
Notice in Graham's Magazinep. 185
True Stories from History and Biographyp. 185
Notice in the Southern Quarterly Reviewp. 186
The House of the Seven Gablesp. 187
Hawthorne, Prefacep. 187
Herman Melville, from a Letter to Hawthorne, in the Letters of Herman Melville (ed. Merrell R. Davis and William H. Gilman [1960])p. 189
James Russell Lowell, from a Letter to Hawthorne, in Hawthorne and His Wifep. 191
[e. A. Duyckinck], from a Review in the Literary Worldp. 192
Unsigned Review in the Christian Examinerp. 194
From an Unsigned Review in Harper's New Monthly Magazinep. 195
[e. P. Whipple], a Review in Graham's Magazinep. 197
[henry F. Chorley], from a Review in the Athenaeump. 201
Unsigned Review in the Southern Quarterly Reviewp. 202
Hawthorne, from a Letter to Horatio Bridge, in Personal Recollections of Nathaniel Hawthornep. 204
Rufus W. Griswold on Hawthorne, from an Unsigned Essay, 'Nathaniel Hawthorne', in the International Magazinep. 205
Henry T. Tuckerman: Hawthorne as a Psychological Novelist, from 'Nathaniel Hawthorne', in the Southern Literary Messengerp. 210
A[mory] D[wight] M[ayo]: Hawthorne as a Religious Novelist, from 'The Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne', in the Universalist Quarterlyp. 219
Hawthorne, Preface to the 1851 Editionp. 226
Twice-Told Talesp. 226
From a Notice in Harper's New Monthly Magazinep. 230
[e. P. Whipple], a Review in Graham's Magazinep. 231
A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boysp. 232
Hawthorne, Prefacep. 232
Unsigned Review in Graham's Magazinep. 233
[henry F. Chorley], from a Review in the Athenaeump. 234
The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told Talesp. 235
Hawthorne, Prefacep. 235
[e. A. Duyckinck], from a Review in the Literary Worldp. 238
[e. P. Whipple], a Review in Graham's Magazinep. 239
The Blithedale Romancep. 241
Hawthorne, Prefacep. 241
From an Unsigned Review in the Spectatorp. 243
[henry F. Chorley], from a Review in the Athenaeump. 245
[charles Hale], a Review in To-Dayp. 248
From an Unsigned Review in the Literary Worldp. 249
Unsigned Review in the Christian Examinerp. 250
[e. P. Whipple], a Review in Graham's Magazinep. 253
Notice in the Southern Quarterly Reviewp. 258
From an Unsigned Essay, 'Contemporary Literature of America', in the Westminster Reviewp. 259
[orestes Brownson], from a Review in Brownson's Quarterly Reviewp. 264
From an Unsigned Review in the American Whig Reviewp. 267
Life of Franklin Piercep. 272
From an Unsigned Essay, 'Hawthorne's Life of Pierce-perspective', in the Democratic Reviewp. 272
[e. A. Duyckinck], from a Review in the Literary Worldp. 274
From an Unsigned Essay, 'Contemporary Literature of America', in the Westminster Reviewp. 277
Charles Hale: an Attack on Hawthorne's Politics and Philosophy, from an Unsigned Essay, 'Nathaniel Hawthorne', in To-Dayp. 278
Hawthorne, from 'The Wayside'p. 282
Tanglewood Talesp. 282
From an Unsigned Review in Graham's Magazinep. 283
From an Unsigned Review in the Knickerbocker Magazinep. 285
Richard Henry Stoddard: the Biographical Interest, from an Unsigned Essay, 'Nathaniel Hawthorne', in the National Magazinep. 286
'Sir Nathaniel': Hawthorne and the Delineation of the Abnormal, from 'American Authorship', in the New Monthly Magazinep. 292
Hawthorne as the Favourite of the British, from an Unsigned Essay, 'American Novels', in the North British Reviewp. 299
Hawthorne, from a Letter to James T. Fields, in James T. Fields' Yesterdays with Authorsp. 304
Mosses from an Old Mansep. 304
Unsigned Review in Graham's Magazinep. 305
A British Comparison of Poe and Hawthorne, from an Unsigned Essay, 'American Literature: Poe; Hawthorne', in Tait's Edinburgh Magazinep. 306
A British Objection to Hawthorne and His Audience, from an Unsigned Essay, 'Modern Novelists-great and Small', in Blackwood's Magazinep. 310
The Marble Faun [transformation]p. 314
Hawthorne, Prefacep. 314
[henry F. Chorley], from a Review in the Athenaeump. 317
Hawthorne, from the Postscriptp. 320
[james Russell Lowell], from a Review in the Atlantic Monthlyp. 321
Unsigned Review in the Westminster Reviewp. 323
Hawthorne, from a Letter to John Lothrop Motleyp. 327
From an Unsigned Review in the Timesp. 328
From an Unsigned Essay, 'The Marble Faun: Completed', in the Knickerbocker Magazinep. 333
From an Unsigned Essay, 'The Author of Adam Bede and Nathaniel Hawthorne', in the North British Reviewp. 336
E. P. Whipple: His Final Assessment of Hawthorne, from an Unsigned Essay, 'Nathaniel Hawthorne', in the Atlantic Monthlyp. 340
A British View of Hawthorne and an Authentic American Literature, from an Unsigned Essay, 'Nathaniel Hawthorne', in the Universal Reviewp. 351
Richard Holt Hutton: Hawthorne and the Calvinist Imagination, from an Unsigned Essay, 'Nathaniel Hawthorne', in the National Reviewp. 366
Hawthorne, from 'To a Friend', Introductory to Our Old Homep. 388
Our Old Homep. 388
Unsigned Review in the North American Reviewp. 390
Unsigned Essay, 'A Handful of Hawthorne', in Punchp. 392
[henry Bright], from a Review in the Examinerp. 395
From an Unsigned Essay, 'Hawthorne on England', in Blackwood's Magazinep. 398
Edward Dicey: a British Defence of Hawthorne's Politics and Philosophy, from 'Nathaniel Hawthorne', in Macmillan's Magazinep. 404
Richard Holt Hutton: Hawthorne, the 'Ghost of New England', from an Unsigned Essay, 'Nathaniel Hawthorne' in the Spectatorp. 407
George William Curtis: Hawthorne, the Salem Recluse, from an Unsigned Review in the North American Reviewp. 412
Unsigned Review in the Athenaeump. 422
(b): Septimius; a Romancep. 423
Unsigned Review in the British Quarterly Reviewp. 423
From an Unsigned Review in the New Englanderp. 424
From an Unsigned Review in Harper's New Monthly Magazinep. 425
From an Unsigned Review in Appletons' Journalp. 426
(c): Fanshawe and the Dolliver Romancep. 426
From an Unsigned Review in the British Quarterly Reviewp. 427
From an Unsigned Review in the Athenaeump. 430
(d): Dr. Grimshawe's Secretp. 430
Eugene Benson: Hawthorne and Poe, from 'Poe and Hawthorne', in the Galaxyp. 432
Unsigned Review in the Westminster Reviewp. 440
Posthumous Publications: the Note-Booksp. 440
From an Unsigned Review in the British Quarterly Reviewp. 441
(b): Passages from the English Note-Booksp. 443
G[eorge] S. Hillard, from a Review in the Atlantic Monthlyp. 443
Unsigned Review, in the North British Reviewp. 444
(c): Passages from the French and Italian Note-Booksp. 447
[henry James], from a Review in the Nationp. 447
Dorville Libby: Hawthorne and the Supernatural, from 'The Supernatural in Hawthorne', in the Overland Monthlyp. 453
Hawthorne, the New England Artist, from an Unsigned Review in the Southern Reviewp. 461
Henry T. Tucker Man: the Years of Seclusion Established, from 'Nathaniel Hawthorne', in Lippincott's Magazinep. 467
William Brighty Rands: the Problem of Hawthorne's Ambivalence, from 'Nathaniel Hawthorne', in St. Paul's Magazinep. 476
Leslie Stephen: Hawthorne and the Lessons of Romance, from an Unsigned Essay, 'Nathaniel Hawthorne', in the Cornhill Magazinep. 486
George Parsons Lathrop, the Family Version of Hawthorne, from a Study of Hawthornep. 504
Anthony Trollope: the Novelist's View of the Romancer, from 'The Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne, ' in the North American Reviewp. 513
A Reply to Trollope, from an Unsigned Essay, 'Polar Opposites in Fiction', in the Dublin University Magazinep. 523
Henry James: the Young Writer's View, from Hawthornep. 526
Select Indexp. 527
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ISBN: 9780415159302
ISBN-10: 041515930X
Series: Critical Heritage Series
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 552
Published: 6th March 1997
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0  x 4.45
Weight (kg): 0.82
Edition Number: 1