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Websites Related to "Rappaccini's Daughter"

Websites Related to "Rappaccini's Daughter"

<I>Beata Beatrix</I> by D.G. Rossetti
Beata Beatrix by D.G. Rossetti (courtesy of the Tate Gallery, London)
 

"The Removal of the Preface of Hawthorne's 'Rappaccini's Daughter' and the Indian Question" by Masahiro Nakamura, Dept. of Foreign Languages, Aichi University of Education, Kariya 448-8542, Japan [an expanded version of a paper delivered at the 29th Conference of the Chu-Shikoku American Literature Society held on June 17, 2000 at Hiroshima University of Economics]

The paper argues that Hawthorne may have removed the preface of "Rappaccini's Daughter" in the 1846 and 1851 editions of Mosses from an Old Manse for political reasons relating to the issue of Indian Removal.

Symbolism and Allegory in Hawthorne; Washington State University American Authors Website

Harvard Gazette article on acquisition by Houghton Library of Thoreauís notes during his search of the shoreline on Fire Island where the ship Margaret Fuller was on capsized in July, 1850, and she, her husband, and her child died.

Houghton Library site with images of Thoreauís notes about his search on Fire Island

Boston Globe article on the discovery of Thoreauís notes and a transcription of the first page about his search on Fire Island



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