- Author:C.F. Hawthorne
- Publisher:Ja Nea Press (May 2004)
- Pages:290 pages
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From mesmerism to illicit love, The Blithedale Romance represents one of Hawthorne's best and most sharply etched works, one that Henry James called his "brightest" and "liveliest" novel, and that Roy Male, acclaimed Americanist scholar, said is "one of the most underrated works in American fiction.
Hawthorne is a book of literary criticism by Henry James published in 1879. The book was an insightful study of James' great predecessor Nathaniel Hawthorne. James gave extended consideration to each of Hawthorne's novels and a selection of his short stories. The book became somewhat controversial for a famous section where James enumerated the items of novelistic interest he thought were absent from American life.
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Got this book because I love Melville. Hawthorne is also excellent; wonderful writing! You will love this writer and his style is fabulous. 2 people found this helpful. The books from the Library of America are of very good high quality. Page-paper is very thin but not bible-thin, so these books might not work well for young readers who may tear the delicate paper.
This is a story about a business woman who finds love in the most unimaginable person in the world. This is a story about a business woman who finds love in the most unimaginable person in the world. A man that has nothing to offer her but a duffel bag and a love song.
semantics is everything! This pin represents most of the major themes from the chapter. ART & ARTISTS: Arthur Rackham – part 8. Arthur Rackham, Painting, Color Illustration, Rare Print Art ("They have sea-green hair") 1920 Hawthorne's Wonder Book, Print Art.
You have no idea what you're talking about!" James screamed clear across the room. Like the peace that normally breezed through Hawthorne House had reached the end of its tether, that seventeen years had to be repaid in a single winter. Stay out of this, Zane," Their father warned, not unkindly, not dangerously, but warned all the same. And it incensed James.