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Critical Commentary Related to "The Duston Family"

"The Escape of the Duston Family," illustration from "The Duston Family" by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
"The Escape of the Duston Family," illustration from "The Duston Family" by Nathaniel Hawthorne. (courtesy of Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA)
 
Excerpt from From Robert D. Arner’s "The Story Of Hannah Duston: Cotton Mather To Thoreau," p. 21.

Excerpt from The Story of Hannah Duston: Cotton Mather to Thoreau by Robert D. Arner

Excerpt from [Indian] Relationships With The Europeans by Claudia Durst Johnson

Excerpt from From Margaret B. Moore’s The Salem World of Nathaniel Hawthorne. University of Missouri Press, p. 131

Excerpt from Hawthorne’s Symbolic Use of Wilderness From Richard Slotkin’s Regeneration Through Violence:The Mythology of the American Frontier, 1600-1860.

Excerpt from The Mythology of the Indian Captivity Narrative From Richard Slotkin’s Regeneration Through Violence: The Mythology of the American Frontier, 1600-1860.

Excerpt from Thoreau’s Retelling of the Hannah Duston Story From Richard Slotkin’s Regeneration Through Violence: The Mythology of the American Frontier, 1600-1860.

Excerpt from Richard Vanderbeets on the Pattern and Significance of the Indian Captivity Narrative

From Gordon M. Sayre’s, American Captivity Narratives: Selected Narratives with Introduction, pages 179-81.

From Kathryn Whitford’s “Hannah Dustin: The Judgement of History,” pp. 318-320.

From Kathryn Whitford's "Hannah Dustin: The Judgement of History," p. 323.

From Kathryn Whitford’s “Hannah Dustin: The Judgement of History,”
pp. 324-325.

From Margaret B. Moore’s The Salem World of Nathaniel Hawthorne. (courtesy of University of Missouri Press), p. 19.

Excerpt from Witchcraft and the Indians, From "Maine, Indian Land Speculation, and the Essex County Witchcraft Outbreak of 1692" by Emerson W. Baker and James Kences.

Who Scalped Whom? Historians Suggest Indians Were As Much Victims As Perpetrators by Diane E. Foulds

Excerpt from Henry James' Hawthorne, Chapter II, "Early Manhood."

Excerpt from B. Bernard Cohen on Hawthorne's Borrowings from B. L. Mirick's The History of Haverhill, Massachusetts, 1832

Excerpts from Hannah Dustin: The Judgement of History by Kathryn Whitford

Introduction to Captivity Narrative of Hannah Duston, 1987, by Glenn Todd, pp. 5-10 (courtesy of Arion Press, San Francisco, and Glenn Todd).
Introduction by Glenn Todd (p. 5)
Introduction by Glenn Todd (p. 5)
From from Captivity Narrative of Hannah Duston,1987  (courtesy of Arion Press, San Francisco, and Glenn Todd)
Introduction by Glenn Todd (p. 6)
Introduction by Glenn Todd (p. 6)
From from Captivity Narrative of Hannah Duston,1987  (courtesy of Arion Press, San Francisco, and Glenn Todd)
Introduction by Glenn Todd (p. 7)
Introduction by Glenn Todd (p. 7)
From from Captivity Narrative of Hannah Duston,1987  (courtesy of Arion Press, San Francisco, and Glenn Todd)
Introduction by Glenn Todd (p. 8)
Introduction by Glenn Todd (p. 8)
From from Captivity Narrative of Hannah Duston,1987  (courtesy of Arion Press, San Francisco, and Glenn Todd)
Introduction by Glenn Todd (p. 9)
Introduction by Glenn Todd (p. 9)
From from Captivity Narrative of Hannah Duston,1987  (courtesy of Arion Press, San Francisco, and Glenn Todd)
Introduction by Glenn Todd (p. 10)
Introduction by Glenn Todd (p. 10)
From from Captivity Narrative of Hannah Duston,1987  (courtesy of Arion Press, San Francisco, and Glenn Todd)




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