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THE (UNMERETRICIOUS) "HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES"

FRANK BATTAGLIA
Studies in the Novel
Vol. 2, No. 4, NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE (winter 1970), pp. 468-473
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/29531425
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Abstract

Hawthorne has been accused of artistic dishonesty for giving his second novel a happy ending. His available letters, however, make it clear that he wrote the novel to his own standards and expected it, for that reason, to be less of a popular success than The Scarlet Letter. (FB)

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