Excerpt from The Salem
World of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Margaret B. Moore (courtesy of University
of Missouri Press, 1998) In this excerpt Margaret Moore provides
an overview of Hawthorne's treatment of Native Americans as subjects
in his writings.
Excerpt from The Province of Piety: Moral
History in Hawthorne's Early Tales by Michael J. Colacurcio (courtesy
of Harvard University Press,
1984), used with author's permission
Commentary related to the conflict and theme of "The Seven Vagabonds"
Excerpt from Gloria Erlich's Family
Themes and Hawthorne's Fiction: The Tenacious Web (courtesy of Rutgers
University Press, 1986). On the Theme and Conflict in "The
Seven Vagabonds," From the Chapter "The Access of Power"
Excerpt from Salem Is My Dwelling Place:
A Life of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Edwin Haviland Miller. (courtesy
of University of Iowa Press,
1991) Edwin Haviland Miller comments on Hawthorne's relationship
with his uncle, Samuel Manning.
Excerpt from Student Companion to Nathaniel
Hawthorne by Melissa McFarland Pennell (courtesy of Greenwood
Press, 1999) Used with the author's permission Melissa McFarland
Pennell on Hawthorne and authorship in the early 19th century
Excerpt from The Salem World of Nathaniel
Hawthorne by Margaret B. Moore (courtesy of University
of Missouri Press, 1998) Margaret B. Moore on Methodists and
Methodism in Hawthorne's "The Seven Vagabonds"
Excerpt from Nathaniel Hawthorne in His Times by James R.
Mellow (courtesy of Houghton
Mifflin Co., 1980) On Hawthorne's early travels