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(recent) or biography of Hawthorne
All these were once online elsewhere, except the ones marked
"notice" do not have full text online. Sometimes a few
more scans of copyrighted books or articles can be found by web search engines, but we don't
give those here without permission. Since these pages on other
servers come and go, and can be altered without notice, we
cannot be responsible for these links. But please draw our
attention to new ones. Or if you have written something that you
own the copyright for, please let us publish it here or link to
it for everyone to read.
Another page lists links to early
criticism, not copyrighted, and mostly available at this site.
Also, do not overlook our bibliography
page in convenient BibTeX format.
- Nineteenth Century
Literature in 1996 placed online scores of their
articles, reviews, and comments on Hawthorne--so many that
we've listed the results of a search in a separate file. Unfortunately we cannot get
to the NCL site at Berkeley anymore. If you find this
publication online please let us know--otherwise, you will have
to get up and go to the library.
- Harvard's Sacvan Bercovitch on
The Scarlet Letter from Nathaniel Hawthorne
Review, Fall 1996.
- Klaus Benesch: Romantic
Cyborgs: Technology, Authorship, and the Politics of
Reproduction in Nineteenth-Century American Literature,
Node9 1 (January 1997).
From Ongoing Hypertext Projects at the Electronic Text
Center, University of Virginia,
Studies in Classic American Literature, by D. H.
Major Molineaux site at University of Texas, with
InterChange and three papers by students.
Young Goodman Brown site at University of Texas (1995), with
InterChange and two papers by students.
"Early Nineteenth Century: American Renaissance and
Romanticism," chapter 3 of online book,
Perspectives in American Literature, by Paul Reuben,
California State University, Stanislaus
"Early Nineteenth Century: Transcendentalism,"
chapter 4 of online book, Perspectives in American
Literature, by Paul Reuben, California State University,
Priscilla in Each of Us:" An Analysis of Miles
"Rappaccini's Daughter" : From Mythological
Monster to Martyr, 1994 by J. Dylan McNeill
- "THE MAD SCIENTIST IN FICTION AND FACT," by Edward
Amps, MA, (Departments of Forensic Philosophy, Media Studies
[Horror Unit], Statistics, Computing, Genetics, Public Health,
and any other department where a little contract research is
available; University of Glemsford, UK) used to be at
has evidently been deleted.
Dr. Heidegger's Experiment - Medicine and Literature at
Roman Fictions, collected with annotations by Jerise Fogel,
lists The Marble Faun
- Jonathan Kohl used to have an Essay on the Scarlet Letter at
Reexamining Natheniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter, by
Bryan D. Bourn
- "The Old Manse" Revisted:
Some Analogues for Art, by John C. Willoughby, from
The New England Quarterly, Vol. XLVI, No. 1, March
"Masterpiece Theater: The Politics of Hawthorne's
Literary Reputation," by Jane Tompkins.
Rappaccini's Daughter essay by J. Dylan McNeill,
Hutchinson: American Jezebel or Woman of Courage? by Rachel
Buckingham, George Mason High School, Falls Church,
the Hippie, and the Square, by Earl Hilton, 4/6/1997.
Scared White Doe: Glimpses of Hawthorne's Influence on
the Composition of Moby-Dick, by Andy Cline
A Nathaniel Hawthorne page has some honors English papers on
Hawthorne and his writings, as well as some more
- Some online criticism of The House
of the Seven Gables
List of W. W. Norton critical texts of some of
Hawthorne's works, including contemporary and recent
- Notice of publication of study, The
Making of the Hawthorne Subject, by Alison Easton
Notice for Michael J. Colacurcio's The Province of
Piety: Moral History in Hawthorne's Early Tales or a
list of Professor Colacurcio's books and articles
- American literature's declaration of independence: by
Stanley Cavell, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and the covenant of
consent. In, Summoning: ideas of the covenant and
interpretive theory, edited by Ellen Spolsky. Imprint:
State Univ. of N.Y. Press, 1993; 272 p.; Papers from conference
at Bar-Ilan University, Israel, in fall of 1989, honoring Harold
Fisch. Library of Congress Card # 92-23258, ISBN 0-7914-1525-2,
ISBN 0-7914-1526-0, Library of Congress Call # PN49 S84 1993,
Dewey Class # 809'.93382.
- "The Irrevent Imagination: Hawthorne and the Scarlet
Letter," by William Heath, professor of English at Mount
Saint Mary's College, was in The Cortland Review, an
On-Line Literary Magazine
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