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about Nathaniel Hawthorne
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just as we did.
See also recent criticism, Hawthorne online, and
information useful to secondary-school teachers. Given in
Metatale Paradigm, a very interesting effort to apply
hypermedia principles to literature and the humanities,
featuring some stories from these pages.
See also Robert Sterling Gingher's article in
Computers and Text 16.
See Prof. Paul Reuben's excellent pages (books) at the
California State University, Stanislaus
- U Texas
Austin site including study of
"Young Goodman Brown" and
"My Kinsman, Major Molineux"
critical articles by Kent Bales
Reexamining Natheniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter by
Bryan D. Bourn
Georgetown University T-AMLIT e-texts
of Vermont - English 330: Nineteenth Century American
Literary Cultures / Professor M.L.Kete
Syllabus by John Getz of Xavier University (Cincinnati) on
the American Renaissance: 1830-1865
for English Teachers at indiana.edu (primarily American
American Literature course (reported gone from web)
- The American Novel course at
English F1102.1: College Composition II
Yale syllabus for the course Wilderness in the North
"Rappaccini's Daughter" and "The
Birthmark" related to Mary Shelley's
- U Virginia paper
syllabus using "Young Goodman Brown"
UMass Dartmouth: ENL251 The Short Story - Honors
"The Fatal Hero: Diana, Deity of the Moon, as an Archetype
of the Modern Hero in English Literature," by Gil
- Gopher American
- Liszt.com lists most
listservers, including some you can join to discuss
college-level American literature or teaching
Literature (Keele University)
19th-century literature info maintained by Alan Liu, Dept.
of English, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106, Fax:
(805) 893-4622 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lynch's American Literary resources at U Penn
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