Man's accidents and God's purposes: multiplicity in Hawthorne's fiction

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College and University Press, 1963 - 178 páginas
Folsom presents a new interpretation of Nathaniel Hawthorne's aesthetic theory, as seen from a technical viewpoint.

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RICHARD SLOTKIN is Olin Professor of English at Wesleyan University. He wrote two books originally published by Wesleyan: Regeneration though Violence (1973), winner of the American Historical Association's Beveridge Award, and The Fatal Environment (1985), which won the Little Big Horn Association Award. He also wrote Gunfighter Nation (1992) and three historical novels.
JAMES K. FOLSOM was Professor of English at University of Colorado, Boulder, and author of The Western (1979), Timothy Flint (1965), and Man's Accidents and Gods Purposes (1963).

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