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Nathaniel Hawthorne

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Nathaniel Hawthorne was an author during the 1800s. He wrote both novels and shorts stories. Two of his better known works are The Scarlet Letter and The House of Seven Gables

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The Scarlet Letter is not considered to be very historically accurate.
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He wrote it to as a critique of his own society because at the time a lot of people were going back to more Puritan ways with the Temperance movement in the Jacksonian era (1830-40)
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The title he got from the fact the his cousin Susanna Ingersol once lived in a Gabled house. Many of the Gables were torn down by Susanna's father in the late 1700's but Susanna explained to Hawthorne that it once had 7.
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It is both the title of a book and a punishment for crime that was used in the period that the book is set in. The main character of the book has been punished for a crime in that way. The punishment consisted of using a hot branding iron to brand the person's forehead with a letter identifying thei…
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He alluded to Ann Hutchinson because she was considered as a rebel for leaving the Puritan world for religious freedom.........i believed
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The author of The House Of Seven Gables is Nathaniel Hawthorne.
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Nathaniel HawthorneNathaniel Hawthorne wrote The House Of The Seven Gables.
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He has received no awards.
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Nathaniel Hawthorne was an American novelist during the 19th century. Most of his writing has been categorized as dark romanticism, and his most famous works include The Scarlet Letter and The House of the Seven Gables.
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Scary, threatening and full of mystery.
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They didn't think it was necessary to give out awards to just a few select people so they didn't give any out at all.
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Awards and certificates are a relatively new concept. Nathaniel Hawthorne was born in 1804, before there were any awards for authors. Isn't it enough that we still read his stories, 200 years later?
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Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote The House of the Seven Gables.
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Nathaniel Hawthorne
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According to the Christian Scriptures, denial of the Holy Ghost is unpardonable.
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Fanshawe, in 1828
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When Nathaniel Hawthorne was first married, he took a job at a Customs House. The work was tedious and gave him a mental block that lowered his creativity to the point where he could no longer write. When a new president was elected in 1848, Hawthorne lost his Customs House job, and was able to retu…
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Nathaniel Hawthorne was born on July 4, 1804 and died on May 19, 1864. Nathaniel Hawthorne would have been 59 years old at the time of death or 211 years old today.
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I know he wrote The House of the Seven Gables and The Scarlet Letter. he wrote twice told tales , double fantasy , two for the road and second hand rose.
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Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote The Scarlet Letter which became a masterpiece in American literature. Hawthorne began writing short fiction pieces between 1825 to 1850 also.
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Hawthorne, as I know, never received any rewards in his lifetime.
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It hid his face, and even though the people knew what was under the mask, they still wanted to see what he was hiding.
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The Scarlet Letter was published in 1850
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Directly, Nathaniel Hawthorne states through other peoples thoughts that she is beautiful, tall, thin, and dignified. She is also said to be good with a needle considering she helps the poor by donating clothes to them.Indirectly, she is characterized by words, appearance, and what others think abou…
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EXPOSITION A young traveler stops for the night with a family that lives in a "notch" next to a mountain. They make friendly conversation, interrupted once by the sound of a wagon carrying other travelers (who pause but do not go inside, continuing on with their journey) and then by the sound of roc…
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The basic lesson of "The Ambitious Guest" by Nathaniel Hawthorne is that nature is indifferent to man. Nathaniel Hawthorne was an American writer.
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Between 1825 and 1837
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The character in The Crucible is John Hathorne. John was the great-great-grandfather of Nathaniel Hawthorne. Hawthorne tried to distance himself from his great-great-grandfather and his family history, which may have led to his name change.
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Dr. Heidegger - Colonel Killigrew - Mr. Medbourne - Mr. Gascoigne - Widow Wycherly - Sylvia Ward .
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A vicious tempest is raging on a New England mountainside. A young traveler stops for the night with a family that lives in a "notch" next to a mountain. They make friendly conversation, interrupted once by the sound of a wagon carrying other travelers (who pause but do not go inside, continuing on …
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Violating the sanctity of a human heart-- see The American Notebooks
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This is a good question because if you read Hawthorne you get the impression that there is some significantly serious 'trauma' affecting him. The answer is that his grandfather was the unrepentant judge that oversaw the Salem witch trials that sent six innocent people to their death (by hanging and …
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The Blithedale Romance Doctor Grimshawe's secret: a romance Fanshawe The House of Seven Gables The Marble Faun The Scarlet Letter (this one is the most well known)
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There is really not a rising action if you think about it. There is just a constantly increasing tension because the minister will not tell the reason for concealing his face with the veil
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Because he was the most famous writer for the anti transcedentalist, he wrote over 46 stories and impacted america by showing the bad insted of the good in society.
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Nathaniel Hawthorne was born on July 4, 1804 in Salem Massachusetts. He died on May 19, 1864 in (wrote over 46 novels and short stories including "The Scarlet Letter".
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Nathaniel Hawthorne was born and raised a puritan. As he became older, he researched his ancestors and saw what Puritanism had done for them. Some of his ancestors were victims of the Salem witch trials and had faced persecution for being witches. This lead Hawthorne to become a critic of Puritanism…
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Edgar Allan Poe was a great friend of Nathaniel Hawthorne. New Answer: Well, Poe was not really a friend of Hawthorne. You might be thinking of Franklin Pierce, a college buddy and drinking partner, who had Hawthorne write a very flattering biography of him while he was running for President. Pierc…
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He entered Bowdoin College in 1821 and graduated in 1825 with friends Franklin Pierce (future president) and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (a poet, lover of Emily Dickenson).
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Bowdoin college
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Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote novels under the Dark Romantic genre. His stories are mostly allegories (stories told on two levels: literal and figurative). He uses many symbols in his works as well as metaphores and allusions. There tends to be a lack of character confrontations and prolonged descriptio…
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Yes. I believe there were three.
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A few stories/novels/books he wrote are:Rappaccini's Daughter The House of Seven GablesFanshaweThe Blithedale RomanceTanglewood TalesThe Dolliver RomanceThe Custom HouseThe Marble FaunThe Scarlet LetterTwice Told TalesMosses from an Old ManseThe BirthmarkYoung Goodman BrownThe House of Seven Gables
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Nathaniel and Elizabeth Hawthorne
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Nathaniel Hawthorne was not a Puritan. But Hawthorne's forefathers were Puritans, so he had an understanding of their belief system and their basis behind it.
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5'10"
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There is not one. However, his first great work was the Scarlett Letter
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0He supposedly died in his sleep on a campaign with pierce in plymouth.
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In his words they were a 'dark romanticism'. So a dark kind of romantic story, mainly about Puritans and how they weren't as holy and sinless as they made out to be. :)mikala :D
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In this short story by Nathaniel Hawthorne, the main character (Dr. Heidegger) claims to have found water from the Fountain of Youth, which he offers to share with four friends who have been invited to visit him. The friends all drink from it, determined to get a second chance at youth and not make …
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Nathaniel Hawthorne was born on July 4, 1804.
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There were multiple judges during the trials. Nathaniel Hawthorne's great-great-grandfather was one of them, a man by the name of John Hathorne.
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He has two sisters named "Louisa and Elizabeth"
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No. Nathaniel Hawthorne's Scarlet Letter was written in 1850, 67 years before the first Pulitzer Prizes were awarded. Only writing published in the year before the award is given is eligible for Pulitzer nomination.
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his father
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Cause is unknown.
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sin,evil,and his past history he regreted
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The House of the Seven Gables is an American novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne. It is written from a first person point of view by a perhaps not so reliable narrator who seems to be surprisingly omniscient.
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The details that Hawthorne includes to persuade his reader he is describing actual, historical documents is that he makes it seem as if the documents were personal ones. Ones that he may have just happened to have stumbled across.
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all in all the moral is to like your name
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In the story David Swan, David choses a place "sheltered by trees and with a gurgling stream" to rest. This setting is important because it symbolises that David is completely at ease and very comfortable, even though he's being faced by wealth, love and death, because he's completely anaware of wha…
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Mary Shelly, famous author of Frankenstein
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"Young Goodman Brown", a short story by Nathanial Hawthorn, focuses on Goodman Brown, a very pious and religious man in a Puritan town. He leaves his wife on the night of a full moon to go and meet the devil, for reasons that are never answered, and on the way he sees that all the respected leaders …
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Tales of his family and legends from a dark past haunted Hawthorne throughout his life. His grandfather was the unrepentant judge that oversaw the Salem witch trails that sent six innocent people to their death (by hanging and pressing) and ruined dozens more. This tramatized him to write about the…
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romance and love
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Explain Hawthorne's view on human nature regarding passion
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Nathaniel Hawthorne had three children. They were: Una Hawthorne, Julian Hawthorne and Rose Hawthorne. Their first was their daughter, Una, who was born March 3, 1844. On June 22, 1846, their second child was born, his name was Julian. Their final child, Rose, was born in May 1851. - wikipedia
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The experience of working in the one-cent shop had changed her forever.
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Nathaniel Hawthorne died on May 19, 1864 at the age of 59.
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He thought Hepzibah was angry with him because of the scowl on her face.
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Edgar Allan Poe wrote a poem called 'The Raven' about a raven, but Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote a short story called 'Feathertop,' which has a scarecrow as the main character.
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Because a new President was elected
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He wanted to know better how to hate it.
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Probably the best example would be when Clifford wants to jump out of the window. "With a shivering repugnance at the idea of personal contact with the world, a powerful impulse still seized on Clifford." The passage can be found in chapter XI The Arched Window.
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Thomas Maule built the House of the Seven Gables. It was built on land that he had stolen from his family.
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Isn't Hawthorne that successful Actor personality?
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Plymouth, New Hampshire
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