Nathaniel Hawthorne

 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
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  • erschienen am 6. März 1997
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  • 548 Seiten
 
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This set comprises 40 volumes covering 19th and 20th century European and American authors. These volumes will be available as a complete set, mini boxed sets (by theme) or as individual volumes.
This second set compliments the first 68 volume set of Critical Heritage published by Routledge in October 1995.
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978-0-203-19715-8 (9780203197158)
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  • Cover
  • Nathaniel Hawthorne: The Critical Heritage
  • Copyright
  • General Editor's Preface
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • Preface and Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Note on the Text
  • Fanshawe (1828, 1851)
  • 1. Notice, New England Galaxy, 1828
  • 2. Sarah Josepha Hale, from a Review, Ladies' Magazine, 1828
  • 3. Notice, Yankee and Boston Literary Gazette, 1828
  • 4. Notice [boston] Bower of Taste, 1828
  • 5. From an Unsigned Review, Boston Weekly Messenger, 1828
  • 6. William Leggett, from a Review, Critic, 1828
  • 7. Hawthorne, from a Letter to James T. Fields, 1851
  • The Token (1835-7)
  • 8. Park Benjamin , from a Review, New-England Magazine, 1835
  • 9. Henry F.chorley , from a Review, Athenaeum, 1835
  • 10. Park Benjamin, from a Review, American Monthly Magazine, 1836
  • 11. Lewis Gaylord Clark, from a Review, Knickerbocker Magazine, 1837
  • Twice-Told Tales (1837-8)
  • 12. Unsigned Review, Salem Gazette, 1837
  • 13. From an Unsigned Review, Knickerbocker Magazine, 1837
  • 14. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, from a Review, North American Review, 1837
  • 15. Notice, Family Magazine, 1837
  • 16. Charles Fenno Hoffman, Review, American Monthly Magazine, 1838
  • 17. Andrew Preston Peabody, from a Review, Christian Examiner, 1838
  • The Gentle Boy a Thrice-Told Tale (1839)
  • 18. Hawthorne, from the Preface, 1839
  • 19. Notice, New York Review, 1839
  • 20. Notice, Literary Gazette, 1839
  • Grandfather's Chair (1841-3)
  • 21. Hawthorne, Preface, 1841
  • 22. Notice, Athenaeum, 1842
  • 23. James Russell Lowell, from a Review of Historical Tales for Youth, Pioneer, 1843
  • 24. E. A. Duyckinck: Hawthorne's Early Work, 1841
  • Twice-Told Tales (1842-5)
  • 25. Nathan Hale, Jr., from a Review, Boston Miscellany, 1842
  • 26. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Review, North American Review, 1842
  • 27. Edgar Allan Poe, from a Review, Graham's Magazine, 1842
  • 28. Orestes Brownson, from a Review, Boston Quarterly Review, 1842
  • 29. Edgar Allan Poe, Review, Graham's Magazine, 1842
  • 30. G.p.r. James, from 'American Works of Fiction', Foreign and Colonial Quarterly Review, 1843
  • 31. Henry F.chorley, from a Review, Athenaeum, 1845
  • 32. E. A. Duyckinck: Hawthorne as an Established Writer, 1845
  • 33. Hawthorne Among the Humorists, 1845
  • Mosses from an Old Manse (1846-50)
  • 34. Hawthorne, from 'The Old Manse', 1846
  • 35. Notice Graham's Magazine, 1846
  • 36. Henry F. Chorley, from a Review, Athenaeum, 1846
  • 37. From an Unsigned Review, 'The American Library', Black-Wood's Magazine, 1847
  • 38. Herman Melville, 'Hawthorne and His Mosses', Literary World, 1850
  • 39. Charles Wilkins Webber: Hawthorne and a National Literature, 1846
  • 40. Samuel W.s. Dutton: Hawthorne and the Natural Style, 1847
  • 41. Edgar A. Poe: The Attack on Hawthorne's Allegory, 1847
  • The Scarlet Letter (1850-1)
  • 42. Hawthorne, from 'The Custom-House', 1850
  • 43. Hawthorne, Preface to the Second Edition, 1850
  • 44. E. A. Duyckinck, from a Review, Literary World, 1850
  • 45. George Ripley, from a Review, New York Tribune Supplement, 1850
  • 46. E. P. Whipple, Review, Graham's Magazine, 1850
  • 47. Henry F.chorley, Review, Athenaeum, 1850
  • 48. Anne W.abbott, from a Review, North American Review, 1850
  • 49. George Bailey Loring, from a Review, Massachusetts Quarterly Review, 1850
  • 50. Orestes Brownson, from a Review, Brownson's Quarterly Review, 1850
  • 51. Arthur Cleveland Coxe, from 'The Writings of Nathaniel Hawthorne', Church Review, 1851
  • True Stories from History and Biography (1851)
  • 52. Notice, Graham's Magazine, 1851
  • 53. Notice, Southern Quarterly Review, 1851
  • The House of the Seven Gables (1851)
  • 54. Hawthorne, Preface, 1851
  • 55. Herman Melville, from a Letter to Hawthorne, 1851
  • 56. James Russell Lowell, from a Letter to Hawthorne, 1851
  • 57. E. A. Duyckinck, from a Review, Literary World, 1851
  • 58. Unsigned Review, Christian Examiner, 1851
  • 59. From an Unsigned Review, Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 1851
  • 60. E. P. Whipple, Review, Graham's Magazine, 1851
  • 61. Henry F. Chorley, from a Review, Athenaeum, 1851
  • 62. Unsigned Review, Southern Quarterly Review, 1851
  • 63. Hawthorne, from a Letter to Horatio Bridge, 1851
  • 64. Rufus W. Griswold on Hawthorne, 1851
  • 65. Henry T. Tuckerman: Hawthorne as a Psychological Novelist, 1851
  • 66. Amory Dwight Mayo: Hawthorne as a Religious Novelist, 1851
  • Twice-Told Tales (1851)
  • 67. Hawthorne, Preface to the 1851 Edition, 1851
  • 68. From a Notice, Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 1851
  • 69. E. P. Whipple, Review, Graham's Magazine, 1851
  • A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys (1851)
  • 70. Hawthorne, Preface, 1851
  • 71. Unsigned Review, Graham's Magazine, 1852
  • 72. Henry F. Chorley, from a Review, Athenaeum, 1852
  • The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told Tales (1851)
  • 73. Hawthorne, Preface, 1851
  • 74. E. A. Duyckinck, from a Review, Literary World, 1852
  • 75. E. P. Whipple, Review, Graham's Magazine, 1852
  • The Blithedale Romance (1852)
  • 76. Hawthorne, Preface, 1851
  • 77. From an Unsigned Review, Spectator, 1852
  • 78. Henry F. Chorley, from a Review, Athenaeum, 1852
  • 79. Charles Hale, Review, To-Day, 1852
  • 80. From an Unsigned Review, Literary World, 1852
  • 81. Unsigned Review, Christian Examiner, 1852
  • 82. E. P. Whipple, Review, Graham's Magazine, 1852
  • 83. Notice, Southern Quarterly Review, 1852
  • 84. From an Unsigned Essay, 'Contemporary Literature of America', Westminster Review, 1852
  • 85. Orestes Brownson, from a Review, Brownson's Quarterly Review, 1852
  • 86. From an Unsigned Review, American Whig Review, 1852
  • Life of Franklin Pierce (1852-3)
  • 87. From an Unsigned Essay, 'Hawthorne's Life of Pierce-Perspective', Democratic Review, 1852
  • 88. E. A. Duyckinck, from a Review, Literary World, 1852
  • 89. From an Unsigned Essay, 'Contemporary Literature of America', Westminster Review, 1853
  • 90. Charles Hale: An Attack on Hawthorne's Politics and Philosophy, 1852
  • Tanglewood Tales (1853)
  • 91. Hawthorne, from 'The Wayside', 1853
  • 92. From an Unsigned Review, Graham's Magazine, 1853
  • 93. From an Unsigned Review, Knickerbocker Magazine, 1853
  • 94. Richard Henry Stoddard: The Biographical Interest, 1853
  • 95. Hawthorne and the Delineation of the Abnormal, 1853
  • 96. Hawthorne as the Favourite of the British, 1853
  • Mosses from an Old Manse (1854)
  • 97. Hawthorne, Letter to James T. Fields, 1854
  • 98. Unsigned Review, Graham's Magazine, 1854
  • 99. A British Comparison of Poe and Hawthorne, 1855
  • 100. A British Objection to Hawthorne and His Audience, 1855
  • The Marble Faun [transformation] (1859-61)
  • 101. Hawthorne, Preface, 1859
  • 102. Henry F. Chorley, from a Review, Athenaeum, 1860
  • 103. Hawthorne, from the Postscript, 1860
  • 104. Jambs Russell Lowell, Fiom a Review, Atlantic Monthly, 1860
  • 105. Unsigned Review, Westminster Review, 1860
  • 106. Hawthorne, from a Letter to John Lothrop Motley, 1860
  • 107. From an Unsigned Review, the Times, 1860
  • 108. From an Unsigned Essay, 'The Marble Faun: Completed', Knickerbocker Magazine, 1860
  • 109. From an Unsigned Essay, 'The Author of Adam Bede and Nathaniel Hawthorne', North British Review,
  • 110. E. P. Whipple: His Final Assessment of Hawthorne, 1860
  • 111. A British View of Hawthorne and an Authentic American Literature, 1860
  • 112. Richard Holt Hutton: Hawthorne and the Calvinist Imagination, 1860
  • Our Old Home (1863-4)
  • 113. Hawthorne, from 'To a Friend', introductory to Our Old Home, 1863
  • 114. Unsigned Review, North American Review, 1863
  • 115. Unsigned Essay, 'A Handful of Hawthorn', Punch, 1863
  • 116. Henry Bright, from a Review, Examiner, 1863
  • 117. From an Unsigned Essay, 'Hawthorne on England', Black-Wood's Magazine, 1863
  • 118. Edward Dicey: A British Defence of Hawthorne's Politics and Philosophy, 1864
  • 119. Richard Holt Hutton: Hawthorne, the 'Ghost of New England', 1864
  • 120. George William Curtis: Hawthorne, the Salem Recluse, 1864
  • Posthumous Publications: The Fragments
  • (A) Pansie (1864)
  • 121. Unsigned Review, Athenaeum, 1864
  • (B) Septimius: A Romance (1872)
  • 122. Unsigned Review, British Quarterly Review, 1872
  • 123. From an Unsigned Review, New Englander, 1872
  • 124. From an Unsigned Review, Harper's New Monthly Magazine, 1872
  • (C) Fanshawe and the Dolliver Romance (1876)
  • 125. From an Unsigned Review, Appletons']ournal, 1876
  • 126. From an Unsigned Review, British Quarterly Review, 1876
  • (D) Dr. Grimshawe's Secret (1883)
  • 127. From an Unsigned Review, Athenaeum, 1883
  • 128. Eugene Benson: Hawthorne and Poe, 1868
  • Posthumous Publications: The Note-Books
  • (A) Passages from the American Note-Books (1868-9)
  • 129. Unsigned Review, Westminster Review, 1869
  • 130. From an Unsigned Review, British Quarterly Review, 1869
  • (B) Passages from the English Note-Books (1870)
  • 131. G. S. Hillard, from a Review, Atlantic Monthly, 1870
  • 132. Unsigned Review, North British Review, 1870
  • (C) Passages from the French And1talian Note-Books (1872)
  • 133. Henry James, from a Review, Nation, 1872
  • 134. Dorville Libby: Hawthorne and the Supernatural, 1869
  • 135. Hawthorne, the New England Artist, 1870
  • 136. Henry T. Tuckermant: He Years of Seclusion Established, 1870
  • 137. William Brighty Rands: The Problem Ofhawthorne's Ambivalence, 1871
  • 138. Leslie Stephen : Hawthorne and the Lessons of Romance, 1872
  • 139. George Parsons Lathrop: The Family Version of Hawthorne, 1876
  • 140. Anthony Trollope: Thenovelist's View of the Romancer, 1879
  • 141. A Reply to Trollope, 1879
  • 142. Henry James: The Young Writer's View, 1879
  • Index

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