Hawthorne and Women: Engendering and Expanding the Hawthorne Tradition

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John L. Idol, Melinda M. Ponder
University of Massachusetts Press, 1999 - Literary Collections - 323 pages
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A collection of essays offering a complex yet positive view of Hawthorne's attitudes toward women. It examines the influence exerted by the women in Hawthorne's immediate family, and explores his links to a range of women writers, as well as his attitudes towards the female characters he created.

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AGAIN AND AGAIN THE SCRIBBLING WOMEN
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Formative Views by a Woman of the Nineteenth Century
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STOWE AND HAWTHORNE
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