Nathaniel Hawthorne

e-books in Nathaniel Hawthorne category

Twice-Told TalesTwice-Told Tales
by Nathaniel Hawthorne - David McKay , 1889
Collection of previously published short stories by Nathaniel Hawthorne, issued in 1837 and revised and expanded in 1842. The stories reflect Hawthorne's moral insight and his lifelong interest in the history of Puritan New England.
The Snow Image and other storiesThe Snow Image and other stories
by Nathaniel Hawthorne - eBooks@Adelaide , 2012
Contents: The Snow-Image; The Great Stone Face; Main Street; Ethan Brand; A Bell's Biography; Sylph Etherege; The Canterbury Pilgrims; Old News; The Man of Adamant; The Devil in Manuscript; John Inglefield's Thanksgiving; Old Ticonderoga; etc.
Septimius FeltonSeptimius Felton
by Nathaniel Hawthorne - eBooks@Adelaide , 2009
One of Nathaniel Hawthorne's later works, a thought-provoking tale of murder most foul. One of a series of the author's works that grapple with themes of immortality, written shortly before Hawthorne himself succumbed to a mysterious illness.
The Marble FaunThe Marble Faun
by Nathaniel Hawthorne - eBooks@Adelaide , 2009
Murder and romance, innocence and experience dominate this sinister novel set in 19th-century Rome. Three young artists and their friend, an Italian count, find their lives irrevocably linked when one of them commits a violent crime of passion.

The House of the Seven GablesThe House of the Seven Gables
by Nathaniel Hawthorne - E.P. Dutton , 1907
Romance set in mid-19th-century Salem, Mass., the work is a somber study in hereditary sin based on the legend of a curse pronounced on Hawthorne's own family by a woman condemned to death during the infamous Salem witchcraft trials.
The Scarlet LetterThe Scarlet Letter
by Nathaniel Hawthorne - J.R. Osgood and company , 1878
America's first psychological novel, a dark tale of love, crime, and revenge set in colonial New England. Timeless tale of passion and revenge, guilt and grace, sin and redemption. It cemented Hawthorne's reputation as America's greatest writer.