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He was nurtured by Puritanism, but not created by it.
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The Scarlet Letter
Rappaccini’s Daughter
Volume X, Part 1
 
Nathaniel Hawthorne
 
 
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Bibliographic Record
HARVARD CLASSICS SHELF OF FICTION, VOLUME X, PART 1
 
NEW YORK: P.F. COLLIER & SON, 1917
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2000
 
Fiction in America
 
Biographical Note
Criticisms and Interpretations.
  1. By Henry James
  2. By George E. Woodberry
  3. By Arthur Symons
  4. By Bliss Perry
  5. By Andrew Lang
 
List of Characters
The Custom-House—Introductory to “The Scarlet Letter”
  1. The Scarlet Letter
  2. The Market-Place
  3. The Recognition
  4. The Interview
  5. Hester at Her Needle
  6. Pearl
  7. The Governor’s Hall
  8. The Elf-Child and the Minister
  9. The Leech
  10. The Leech and His Patient
  11. The Interior of a Heart
  12. The Minister’s Vigil
  13. Another View of Hester
  14. Hester and the Physician
  15. Hester and Pearl
  16. A Forest Walk
  17. The Pastor and His Parishioner
  18. A Flood of Sunshine
  19. The Child at the Brook-side
  20. The Minister in a Maze
  21. The New England Holiday
  22. The Procession
  23. The Revelation of the Scarlet Letter
  24. Conclusion
  
Rappaccini’s Daughter


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