Novels / Nathaniel Hawthorne.
By: Hawthorne, Nathaniel.Material type: TextSeries: The Library of America: Publisher: New York : Literary Classics of the United States : Distributed to the trade by the Viking Press, c1983Description: 1272 p. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 0940450089; 9780940450080; 052126216X; 9780521262163.Subject(s): Historical fiction, American | Fiction in English American writers, 1830-1861 - TextsAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Collected novels.DDC classification: 813/.3 Other classification: 18.06 | HT 5401
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|PS1850 .F63 V.9 Twice-told tales /||PS1850 .F65 The complete novels and selected tales of Nathaniel Hawthorne /||PS1852 1898 The house of the seven gables /||PS1852 1983 Novels /||PS1852 .P3 Shorter works of Hawthorne and Melville.||PS1852 .W3 1970 Representative selections;||PS1855 .B55 The Blithedale romance /|
Fanshawe -- The scarlet letter -- The house of the seven gables -- The Blithedale romance -- The marble faun.
Here in one volume are all five of Nathaniel Hawthorne's world-famous novels. "The House of the Seven Gables" moves across 150 years from an ancestral crime condoned by the Puritan theocracy to a new beginning in the bustling and democratic Jacksonian era. Hawthorne's masterpiece, "The Scarlet Letter," is a dramatic allegory of the social consequences of adultery and the subversive force of personal desire in a community of laws. "The Blithedale Romance" explores the perils, which Hawthorne knew at first hand, of living in a utopian community, and the inextricability of political, personal, and sexual desires. "Fanshawe" is an engrossing apprentice work which Hawthorne published anonymously and later sought to suppress. "The Marble Faun," his last finished novel, involves mystery, murder, and romance among American artists in Rome.