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American novelist and short story writer, Nathaniel Hawthrone was a vital figure of the American Renaissance. He is famed for his short stories published in two volumes of “Twice Told Tales”. His novels are “The Scarlet Letter”, “The Marble Faun” and “Fanshawe”.Review:
Collection of previously published short stories by Nathaniel Hawthorne, issued in 1837 and revised and expanded in 1842. The 1837 edition consisted of 18 stories; the 1842 enlargement brought the total to 39. Stories such as "The Gray Champion," "The May-pole of Marymount," "The Gentle Boy," and "Endicott and the Red Cross" reflect Hawthorne's moral insight and his lifelong interest in the history of Puritan New England. Among other tales are the allegorical "The Ambitious Guest"; "The Minister's Black Veil" and "Wakefield," psychological explorations of sin and guilt; "Howe's Masquerade," a ghostly legend set in Boston just prior to the American Revolution; and "Dr. Heidegger's Experiment," an allegorical search for the Fountain of Youth. -- The Merriam-Webster Encyclopedia of Literature
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