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<I>Beata Beatrix</I> by D.G. Rossetti
Beata Beatrix by D.G. Rossetti (courtesy of the Tate Gallery, London)
 
  • In her lecture "Work and Money in Hawthorne's Fiction" delivered at The House of the Seven Gables Historic Site on October 20, 2000, Dr. Claudia Durst Johnson, Professor emeritus, University of Alabama, comments on the nature of male ambition in "Rappaccini's Daughter." (used with permission of the author)

  • In his lecture "The Meanings of Hawthorne's Women," delivered at The House of the Seven Gables Historic Site on September 8, 2000, Dr. Richard Millington poses a literary experiment considering how "Rappaccini's Daughter" might differ had it been written by Margaret Fuller. (used with permission of the author)

  • In this lecture Dr. Richard Millington also comments on the continuing presence and effect of male ambition in many of Hawthorne's stories. (used with permission of the author)



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