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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Vol. 16. Early National Literature, Part II; Later National Literature, Part I.

XI. Hawthorne.


Illustrated Library Edition. 12 vols. Boston, 1871–76. Index volume added 1882. Fireside Edition. 12 vols. Boston, 1879. Globe Edition. 6 vols. Boston, 1880; New York, 1884. (From the plates of the Library Edition.) New Fireside Edition. 6 vols. Boston, 1886. (From the plates of the Globe Edition.)
Little Classic Edition. 23 vols. Boston, 1875–76. 1883, a volume of Sketches and Studies. 1882, an Analytical Index and Sketch of Hawthorne’s Life, by O’Connor, Evangeline Maria. Popular Edition. 8 vols., Boston, 1891. (From the Plates of the Little Classic Edition.) Concord Edition. 25 vols., Boston, 1899.
Large Paper Edition. 12 vols. Boston, 1883. (Introductory Notes by Lathrop, George P.) Riverside Edition. 12 vols. Boston, 1883. (From the plates of the Large Paper Edition.) 1899, Dr. Grimshawe’s Secret, edited by Hawthorne, Julian. Wayside Edition. 24 vols. Boston, 1884. (From the plates of the Riverside Edition.) Complete Works. 12 vols. London, 1884–85. Standard Library Edition. 15 vols. Boston, 1891. (Two volumes contain Nathaniel Hawthorne and His Wife, by Hawthorne, Julian.) New Wayside Edition. 13 vols. Boston, 1902.
Works. 12 vols. London, 1894.
Autograph Edition. 22 vols. Boston, 1900. (Introduction by Lathrop, Rose Hawthorne, and Bibliography by Scudder, H. E.) Old Manse Edition. 22 vols. Boston, 1904. (From the plates of the Autograph Edition.)
Romances. 14 vols. 1902.
Lenox Edition. 14 vols. 1902. (Introductions by Bates, Katherine Lee.)
New England Romances. 1 vol. London, 1904.
Sämmtliche Werke, aus dem Englischen. 5 vols. Bielefeld, 1851–52. (Der Scharlach-Buchstabe, translated by Dubois, L., 1851; Das Haus der Sieben Giebel, by Diezmann, Aug., 1851, 2 vols.; Zweimal erzählte Geschichten, selected and translated by Dubois, L., 1852, 2 vols.)
Trois Contes, traduits de l’Anglais par Leroy et Scheffter. Paris, 1853. (Catastrophe de M. Higginbotham, La Fille de Rappaccini, David Swan.)
Contes Étrangers, imités d’Hawthorne; par E. A. Spoll, précédés d’une étude sur Nathaniel Hawthorne, par E. Montégut, Paris, 1866. 2d ed. Paris, 1876. (Notice Biographique, La Marque de Naissance, La Fille aux Poisons, La Grande Figure de Pierre, Le Trésor, L’Experience du Docteur Heidegger, L’Image de Neige, La Combe des Trois Collines, L’Amour du Beau, Les Caprices du Sort, La Promenade de la Petite Annie, La Statue de Bois, Le Voyage de Noce, M. Wakefield, La Catastrophe de M. Higginbotham, La Grande Escarbouncle, Les Portraits Prophétiques.)


Fanshawe, a Tale. Boston, 1828, 1876. New York, 1902.
American Magazine of Useful Knowledge. Boston, 1836. Vol. II, Nos. 7–12, Mar.-Aug. [Edited by Hawthorne, and largely written by him or his sister Elizabeth.]
Peter Parley’s Universal History, on the basis of Geography, for the Use of Families. 2 vols. Boston, 1837, 1839.
Twice-Told Tales…. Boston, 1837. London, 1851. Bielefeld, 1852.
Twice-Told Tales…. 2 vols. Boston, 1842, 1851, 1864, 1883, 1893, 1895 (Introduction by Lathrop, George Parsons), 1897. London, 1849, 1851 (three editions), 1866 (including the Snow-Image, and Other Tales), 1873, 1876, 1893, 1894. Philadelphia, 1889. New York, 1900. Innumerable cheap editions, various selections for schools, various tales reprinted in anthologies of short stories. Vol. II contains stories not in 1837 ed.
Time’s Portraiture, being the Carrier’s Address to the Patrons of the Salem Gazette for the First of January, 1838. Broadside. Reprinted in the Salem Gazette, 2 Jan., 1838.
The Sister Years, being the Carrier’s Address to the Patrons of the Salem Gazette for the First of January, 1839. Broadside, published probably at the end of 1838. (Included in the second edition of Twice-Told Tales.)
The Gentle Boy; A Thrice-Told Tale; with an Original Illustration (by Peabody, Sophia). Boston and New York, 1839.
Grandfather’s Chair, a History for Youth…. Boston and New York, 1841. Revised and enlarged. Boston, 1842. Louisville, Kentucky, 1882.
Famous Old People, being the Second Epoch of Grandfather’s Chair…. Boston, 1841, 1842.
Liberty Tree, with the Last Words of Grandfather’s Chair…. Boston, 1841. Revised edition, 1842. Various cheap editions, with annotations for school use, published since 1883.
Biographical Stories for Children…. Boston, 1842, 1886. London, 1883. Various lives have been reprinted separately and in anthologies. (Grandfather’s Chair and Biographical Stories were bound in 2 vols. in 1842, with the title Historical Tales for Youth.)
The Celestial Railroad…. Boston, 1843. Lowell, 1847. New York, 1904. As A Visit to the Celestial City, Philadelphia, 1844. Reprinted in various collections. Translated into German by Neitz, Solomon. Philadelphia, 1883.
Journal of an African Cruiser, Comprising Sketches of the Canaries, the Cape de Verdes, Liberia, Madeira, Sierra Leone, and other places of interest on the West Coast of Africa. By an officer of the U. S. Navy. Edited by Hawthorne, Nathaniel. New York and London, 1845. Aberdeen and London, 1848. Translated into French in the Revue Britannique, 1845–46.
Mosses from an Old Manse…. 2 vols. New York, 1846. 1900 (with introduction by Bates, Katherine Lee.) London, 1851.
Mosses from an Old Manse…. Carefully revised by the Author. Boston, 1854, 1893, and in all collected editions. London, 1873, 1883, 1884, 1894. Edinburgh, 1883. Philadelphia, 1889. Separate stories published in various anthologies.
The Scarlet Letter, a Romance…. Boston, 1850. Two editions, with slight textual changes, and a third edition from new plates, in the same year. London, 1851. Leipzig, 1852. Reprints and new editions innumerable. Translated into German by Dubois, L., Bielefield, 1851, and by Drugulin, Wilhelm E., Leipzig, 1851. Translated into French by Forgues, E. D. Paris, 1853, 1865, 187-. Dramatized by Peck, Elizabeth Weller (play in 5 acts), Boston, 1876; by Smith, James Edgar (play in 4 acts), Washington, 1899; by Hatton, Joseph (unpublished), dramatization presented by Mansfield in 1892. Set to music by Damrosch, Walter (opera in 3 acts, words by Lathrop, George Parsons), Leipzig, 1896.
The House of the Seven Gables, a Romance…. Boston, 1851. London, 1851. Leipzig, n. d. (Vol. XII in Standard American Authors, edited by Elze, Karl.) Reprints and new editions innumerable. Translated into German by Diezmann, Aug., Bielefeld, 1851, and by Drugulin, Wilhelm E., n.d.] (Bibliothek Europäische, series 6, nos. 540–42). Translated into French by Forgues, E. D. Paris, 1865.
True Stories from History and Biography…. Boston, 1851. A new edition, revised, in the same year. London, 1851. Numerous reprints and new editions. (Grandfather’s Chair, Famous Old People, Liberty Tree, Biographical Stories.)
The Snow-Image, and Other Tales…. London, 1851, 1864, 1894, 1895. Boston, 1852, 1886, 1893. Edinburgh, 1883. New York, 1899. The first Boston edition had the title followed since in America, The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told Tales. British editions omit the Twice-Told, or the entire second phrase of the title. The title story and other pieces in the volume have been frequently reprinted separately or in anthologies. The title story was translated into Spanish in El Universo pintoresco, Madrid, 30 Apr. and 15 May, 1853; into French by Spoll, E. A., in Contes Étrangers, Paris, 1866.
The Blithedale Romance…. Boston, 1852, 1894. (Introduction by Lathrop, George Parsons.) London, 1852, 1854, 1880 (6th edition), 1884 (Transformation and the Blithedale Romance), 1885, 1894. Philadelphia, 1894 (The Blithedale Romance, The Snow-Image, and Other Twice-Told Tales). New York, 1899 (Introduction by George, Andrew J.). Translated into German by Drugulin, Wilhelm E., Leipzig, 1853; by Peters, Aug. W., Bremen, 1870.
A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys…. Boston, 1852, 1884, 1886, 1892, 1893, 1896, and 1898 (with Tanglewood Tales). London, 1852 (advertised in 1851), 1865, 1867, 1903 (two editions). Louisville, Kentucky, 1878 (printed in line letter for the blind). Philadelphia, 1894 (with True Stories). New York, 1896, 1903, 1905 (ed. Wolfe, L. E.) Translated into French by Rabillon, Leonce. 2 vols., Paris, 1858 (2d ed. 1865); New York, 1903. Translated into German by Strodtmann, A., Berlin, 1862. Translated into Spanish by Bénder, D. M. J., preface by Ossorio y Bernard, D. M. Madrid, 1875. [Professor Ferguson (see below) notes the separate reprinting of tales from this volume as late as 1882.] Paraphrased in Spanish by Lamarca, C. N., Buenos Aires, n. d. [1912]. Separate stories reprinted in anthologies.
The Life of Franklin Pierce…. Boston, 1852. London, 1853. Included in a shorter form in Sketches and Studies, 1883.
Tanglewood Tales for Girls and Boys.. . . Boston, 1853, 1881–82., 2 vols. (in raised letters for the blind), 1886–87, 2 vols., 1887, 1896–98 (with A Wonder-Book). London, 1853, 1855, 1856, 1860 (title, A Second Wonder-Book), 1867, 1882, 1884, 1887, 1889, 1894, 1903 (two editions). New York, 1902, 1903.
A Rill from the Town Pump…. London, 1857. Reprinted as a temperance tract. Louisville, Kentucky, 1876 (for the use of the blind).
The Marble Faun; or, The Romance of Monte Beni…. 2 vols. Boston, 1860 (the second edition in the same year has five additional pages at the end of vol. 2), 1888 (2 vols. in 1), 1889 (2 vols.), 1900 (2 vols.), 1900 (1 vols., 2 editions), 1901 (1 vol.), 1901 (1 vol. Introduction by Marble, Annie R.). The English title, contrary to Hawthorne’s wish, is Transformation. London, 1860 (3 vols.), 1861 (1 vol.), 1865 (1 vol.), 1872 (1 vol.), 1883 (1 vol.), 1884 (with The Blithedale Romance), 1889 (2 vols.). Leipzig, 1860 (2 vols. Tauchnitz). New York, 1902 (Introduction by Bates, Katherine Lee), 1903. Translated into German with the title Miriam, by Marggraff, Clara. 3 vols. Leipzig, 1862. Translated into French with the title Miriam, by Vermovel, A., in Revue Contemporaine, 1865, vol. LXXIX, pp. 138–81, 277–317, 333–576, 673–702.
Our Old Home…. Boston, 1863, 1891 (2 vols.), 1901. London, 1863 (2 vols.; second edition in the same year), 1864, 1890 (2 vols.), 1894. Edinburgh, 1884.
Pansie, a Fragment. The Last Literary Effort of Nathaniel Hawthorne. London [1864].
Passages from the American Note-Books…. 2 vols. Boston, 1868 (edited by Hawthorne, Sophia). London, 1868, 1869 (1 vol. edited by Conway, M. D., containing passages from the English and the American Note-Books).
Passages from the English Note-Books…. 2 vols. Boston, 1870 (edited by Hawthorne, Sophia). London, 1870. Leipzig, 1871 (Tauchnitz).
Passages from the French and Italian Note-Books…. 2 vols. London, 1871. Boston, 1872.
Septimius, a Romance…. London, 1872 (edited by Hawthorne, Una, and Browning, Robert), 1883 (with The Dolliver Romance, and Fanshawe). Boston, 1872 (Preface by Hawthorne, Una. Has the American title, Septimius Felton). Berlin, 1872 (Asher’s Collection of English Authors).
The Dolliver Romance, and Other Pieces…. Boston, 1876. London, 1883 (The Dolliver Romance, Fanshawe, and Septimius Felton). Separate stories reprinted in various anthologies.
Dr. Grimshawe’s Secret, a Romance … edited with Preface and Notes by Hawthorne, Julian. Boston, 1883 (two editions), 1902. London, 1883. The concluding chapter (The Secret Chamber) included in Half-Hours with the Best American Authors, edited by Morris, Charles, 1887, vol. III, pp. 156–67.
Sketches and Studies…. Boston, 1883.


(1) Ocean (poem signed C. W.), Salem Gazette, 26 Aug., 1825; The Garland, Aug., 1825; (2) Adventures of a Raindrop (possibly by Hawthorne), The Token, 1828; (3) The Young Provincial (possibly by Hawthorne), ibid., 1830; (4) The Hollow of the Three Hills, Salem Gazette, 12 Nov., 1830; (5) Sir William Phips, ibid., 23 Nov., 1830; (6) Mrs. Hutchinson, ibid., 7 Dec., 1830; (7) An Old Woman’s Tale, ibid., 21 Dec., 1830; (8) The Adventurer (possibly by Hawthorne), The Token, 1831; (9) The Fated Marriage (possibly by Hawthorne), ibid., 1831; (10) The Haunted Quack, ibid., 1831; (11) The New England Village (possibly by Hawthorne), ibid., 1831; (12) Sights from a Steeple, ibid., 1831; (13) Dr. Bullivant, Salem Gazette, 11 Jan., 1831; (14) The Gentle Boy, The Token, 1832; (15) My Kinsman, Major Molineux, ibid., 1832; translated in El Universo pintoresco, Madrid, 30 Nov., 1853; (16) The Wives of the Dead, The Token, 1832; Salem Gazette, 16 Apr., 1839; as The Two Widows, Democratic Review, July, 1843; (17) Roger Malvin’s Burial, The Token, 1832; Democratic Review, Aug., 1843; (18) Hints to young Ambition (possibly by Hawthorne), New England Magazine, June, 1832; (19) Sir William Pepperell, The Token, 1833; Arcturus, May, 1842; (20) The Canterbury Pilgrims, The Token, 1833; Arcturus, Mar., 1842; (21) The Seven Vagabonds, The Token, 1833; (22) Passages from a Relinquished Work, New England Magazine, Nov.-Dec., 1834; (23) Mr. Higginbotham’s Catastrophe, ibid., Dec., 1834; (24) Alice Doane’s Appeal, The Token, 1835; (25) The Haunted Mind, ibid., 1835; (26) The Mermaid, ibid., 1835 (in Twice-Told Tales as The Village Uncle); (27) Little Annie’s Ramble, Youth’s Keepsake, 1835; (28) The Gray Champion, New England Magazine, Jan., 1835; (29) My Visit to Niagara, ibid., Feb., 1835; (30) Old News, ibid., Feb., Mar., May, 1835; (31) Young Goodman Brown, ibid., Apr., 1835; (32) Wakefield, ibid., May, 1835; (33) The Ambitious Guest, ibid., June, 1835; (34) A Rill from the Town Pump, ibid., June, 1835; translated by Patxoti Jubert, Rafel, in Prosadors nord-americans, Barcelona, 1909;(35) Graves and Goblins, New England Magazine, June, 1835; (36) The Old Maid in the Winding Sheet, ibid., July, 1835; Arcturus, Jan., 1842 (in Twice-Told Tales as The White Old Maid); (37) The Vision of the Fountain, New England Magazine, Aug., 1835; Salem Gazette, 21 Mar., 1837; (38) The Devil in Manuscript, New England Magazine, Nov., 1835; (39) Sketches from Memory, ibid., Nov.-Dec., 1835; (40) The May-pole of Merry Mount, The Token, 1836; (41) The Minister’s Black Veil, a Parable, ibid., 1836; (42) The Wedding Knell, ibid., 1836; (43) Old Ticonderoga, a Picture of the Past, American Monthly Magazine, Feb., 1836; (44) The Ontario Steamboat, American Magazine of Useful Knowledge, Mar., 1836; (45) The Boston Tea Party, ibid., Apr., 1836; (46) April Fools, ibid., Apr., 1836; (47) The Preservation of the Dead, ibid., Apr., 1836; (48) The Duston Family, ibid., May, 1836; (49) The Nature of Sleep, ibid., May, 1836; (50) Bells, ibid., May, 1836; (51) A Visit to the Clerk of the Weather (possibly by Hawthorne), American Monthly Magazine, May, 1836; (52) The Prophetic Pictures, The Token, 1837; (53) The Great Carbuncle, ibid., 1837; (54) Sunday at Home, ibid., 1837; (55) Monsieur du Miroir, ibid., 1837; (56) Mrs. Bullfrog, ibid., 1837; (57) Fancy’s Show Box, A Morality, ibid., 1837; Salem Gazette, 14 Mar., 1837; (58) The Man of Adamant, an Apologue, The Token, 1837; Arcturus, Feb., 1842; (59) David Swan, The Token, 1837; Salem Gazette, 18 Aug., 1837; translated in El Universo pintoresco, Madrid, 30 July, 1855; and by Bénder, J., Biblioteca de Cuentos y Legendas, vol. 1, Madrid, 1882; (60) The Fountain of Youth, Knicker-bocker Magazine, Jan., 1837; Salem Gazette, Mar., 1837 (in Twice-Told Tales as Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment); (61) A Bell’s Biography, Knickerbocker Magazine, Mar., 1837; (62) Fragments from the Journal of a Solitary Man, American Monthly Magazine, July, 1837; (63) Edward Fane’s Rosebud, Knickerbocker Magazine, Sept., 1837; Salem Gazette, 9 Jan., 1838; (64) The Toll-Gatherer’s Day, a Sketch of Transitory Life, Democratic Review, Oct., 1837; Salem Gazette, 30 April, 1839; (65) Endicott and the Red Cross, ibid., 4 Nov., 1837; The Token, 1838; (66) Sylph Etherege, The Token, 1838; (67) Night Sketches Beneath an Umbrella, ibid., 1838; Salem Gazette, 22 Jan., 1839; (68) Peter Goldthwaite’s Treasure, The Token, 1838; (69) The Shaker Bridal, ibid., 1838; translated into French by Masson, Paul, Revue Bleue, 16 Nov., 1889; (70) Thomas green Fessenden, American Monthly Magazine, Jan., 1838; (71) Time’s Portraiture, Salem Gazette, 2 Jan., 1838; (72) Footprints on the Sea-Shore, Democratic Review, Jan., 1838; (73) Snow Flakes, ibid., Feb., 1838; (74) The Threefold Destiny, a Fairy Legend, American Monthly Magazine, Mar., 1838; The New World, 25 Dec., 1841; (75) Howe’s Masquerade, Democratic Review, May, 1838; (76) Edward Randolph’s Portrait, ibid., July, 1838; Salem Gazette, 28 Aug., 1838; (77) Jonathan Cilley, Democratic Review, Sept., 1838; (78) Chippings with a Chisel, ibid., Sept., 1838; Salem Gazette, 5 Oct., 1838; (79) Lady Eleanore’s Mantle, Democratic Review, Dec., 1838; (80) Old Esther Dudley, ibid., Jan., 1839; translated in El Museo de familias, Barcelona, vol. IV, 1840, and in La Ilustracion, Madrid, 3 Nov., 1853; (81) The Lily’s Quest, an Apologue, Southern Rose, 19 Jan., 1839; (82) John Inglefield’s Thanksgiving, Democratic Magazine, Mar., 1840; (83) A Virtuoso’s Collection, Boston Miscellany, May, 1842; (84) The Old Apple Dealer, Sargent’s New Monthly Magazine, Jan., 1843; (85) The New Adam and Eve, Democratic Review, Feb., 1843; (86) The Hall of Phantasy, The Pioneer, Feb., 1843; The New World, 4 Feb., 1843; (87) The Antique Ring, Sargent’s New Monthly Magazine, Feb., 1843; (88) The Birthmark, The Pioneer, Mar., 1843; (89) Egotism, or, The Bosom Serpent, Democratic Review, Mar., 1843; (90) The Procession of Life, ibid., Apr., 1843; (91) The Celestial Railroad, ibid., May, 1843; Christian Advocate and Journal, 9 Aug., 1843; (92) Buds andBird Voices, Democratic Review, June, 1843; (93) Little Daffydowndilly, Boy’s and Girl’s Magazine, Aug., 1843; (94) Fire Worship, Democratic Review, Dec., 1843; (95) The Christmas Banquet, ibid., Jan., 1844; (96) The Intelligence Office, ibid., Mar., 1844; The New World, 9 Mar., 1844; (97) Earth’s Holocaust, Graham’s Magazine, May, 1844; (98) The Artist of the Beautiful, Democratic Review, June, 1844; (99) Drowne’s Wooden Image, Godey’s Magazine and Lady’s Book, July, 1844; The Boston Book, 1850; (100) A Select Party, Democratic Review, July, 1844; (101) A Book of Autographs, ibid., Nov., 1844; (102) Rappaccini’s Daughter, ibid., 1844; translated in El Universo pintoresco, 15 and 31 Aug. and 15 Sept., 1853; (103) The Star of Calvary (poem), in Scenes in the Life of the Saviour by the Poets and Painters, edited by Griswold, R. W., 1845; (104) Walking on [the Sea (poem), in ibid.; (105) P’s Correspondence, Democratic Review, Apr., 1845; (106) Papers of an Old Dartmoor Prisoner, ibid., Jan.-Sept., 1846; (107) Longfellow’s Evangeline, Salem Advertiser, 1847; (108) Whittier’s Supernaturalism of New England, Literary World, 17 Apr., 1847; (109) Main Street, in Æsthetic Papers, edited by Peabody, E. P., 1849; (110) The Great Stone Face, The National Era, 24 Jan., 1850; (111) The Snow-Image, a Childish Miracle, International Magazine, Oct., 1850; Memorial written by the Friends of the late Mrs. Osgood, edited by Hewitt, M. E., 1851; (112) Ethan Brand, or, The Unpardonable Sin, Dollar Magazine, May, 1851; (113) Feathertop, a Moralized Legend, International Magazine, Feb.-Mar., 1852; (114) Uttoxeter, The Keepsake, London, 1857; (115) “Browne’s Folly,” Weal Reaf, 4–8 Sept., 1860; (116) Some of the Haunts of Burns, by a Tourist without Imagination or Enthusiasm, Atlantic Monthly, Oct., 1860; (117) Near Oxford, ibid., Oct., 1861; (118) A Pilgrimage to Old Boston, ibid., Jan., 1862; (119) Chiefly about War Matters, by a Peaceable Man, ibid., Dec., 1862; (120) Leamington Spa, ibid., Oct., 1862; (121) About Warwick, ibid., Dec., 1862; (122) Recollections of a Gifted Woman, ibid., Jan., 1863; (123) A London Suburb, ibid., Mar., 1863; (124) Up the Thames, ibid., May, 1863; (125) Outside Glimpses of English Poverty, ibid., July, 1863; (126) Civic Banquets, ibid., Aug., 1863; (127) A Scene from the Dolliver Romance, ibid., July, 1864; (128) Another Scene from the Dolliver Romance, ibid., July, 1864; (129) A Passage from Hawthorne’s English Note-Books, ibid., July, 1867; (130) First Impressions of France and Italy, Good Words, 1871; (131) Septimius Felton, Atlantic Monthly, Jan.-Aug., 1872; (132) A Look into Hawthorne’s Workshop (from his notes for Dr. Grimshawe’s Secret), Century Magazine, Jan., 1883; (133) The Elixir of Life (from his notes for Dr. Grimshawe’s Secret), Lippincott’s Magazine, Jan.-Apr., 1890; (134) The Ghost of Dr. Harris, Nineteenth Century, Jan., 1900; Littell’s Living Age, 10 Feb., 1900; The Critic, Apr., 1900.


Alcott, Amos Bronson. Hawthorne. In Concord Days. Boston, 1872.
Arvède, Barine. Puritain ou Pessimiste. Revue Politique et Littéraire, vol. 19, 1880. Un Roman Posthume de Nathaniel Hawthorne. Revue Politique et Littéraire, vol. 24, 1887.
Belden, Henry Marvin. Poe’s Criticism of Hawthorne. Anglia, new series, vol. 2. pp. 376–404.
[Benjamin, Park.] A Review of The Token for 1836. American Monthly Magazine, Oct., 1836.
Bernard, Ossorio y. Los Cuentos de N. Hawthorne. Revista europea. Madrid, 22 Aug., 1875.
Bradford, Thomas. The Romances of Nathaniel Hawthorne. Westminster Review, Aug., 1894.
Bridge, Horatio. Personal Recollections of Nathaniel Hawthorne. 1893. Based on three papers contributed to Harper’s Magazine, Jan.-Mar., 1892.
Browne, Nina E. A Bibliography of Nathaniel Hawthorne. Boston, 1905. [The basis of later Hawthorne bibliography and much used in the present compilation.]
Brownell, William Crary. Hawthorne. In American Prose Masters. 1909.
Buchner, Al. La Littérature aux États-Unis. Revue des Cours Littéraires, vol. 5, 1867.
Coleridge, M. E. Questionable Shapes of Hawthorne. Littell’s Living Age, 6 Aug., 1904.
Conway, Moncure Daniel. Concerning Hawthorne and Brook Farm. Every Saturday, 2 Jan., 1869. Life of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1890. Hawthorne, His Uncollected Tales in The Token Beginning with 1830. New York Times Saturday Review, 8 June, 1901.
Cooke, George Willis. Concord History and Life. New England Magazine, June, 1898.
Curtis, George William. Nathaniel Hawthorne. In Literary and Social Essays, 1895. Hawthorne and Brook Farm. In From the Easy Chair, Series 3, 1894.
Dhaleine, L. N. Hawthorne, sa Vie et son uvre. Paris, 1905.
Dicey, Edward. Nathaniel Hawthorne. Macmillan’s Magazine. May, 1864.
D[uyckinck], E[vert] A[ugustus]. Nathaniel Hawthorne. Arcturus, May, 1841. Nathaniel Hawthorne. Democratic Review, Apr., 1845.
Erskine, John. Nathaniel Hawthorne. In Leading American Novelists. 1910. Hawthorne. In Great American Writers, by Trent, W. P., and Erskine, J. 1912.
Essex Institute. Exercises in Commemoration of the Centennial of the Birth of Nathaniel Hawthorne by the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., Thursday afternoon, June 23, 1904. Salem, 1904.
Étienne, L. Conteurs américains. Nathaniel Hawthorne. Revue Contemporaine, 30 May, 1857.
Evans, E. P. Beiträge zur amerikanischen litteratur- und kulturgeschichte. Stuttgart, 1898.
de la Faverie, A. Schalck. Nathaniel Hawthorne. La Grande Revue, 1907. In Premiers Interprètes de la pensée américaine. Paris, 1909.
Ferguson, J. de Lancey. Américan Literature in Spain. 1916. [The invaluable bibliography furnishes the Spanish items here given.]
Fields, James Thomas. Hawthorne. In Yesterdays with Authors. Boston, 1875. Hawthorne. Boston, 1876.
Fields, Mrs. Annie (Adams). Nathaniel Hawthorne. Boston, 1899.
Forgues, Paul Émile Dourand. Poètes et Romanciers Américains. Nathaniel Hawthorne. Revue des Deux Mondes, 15 April, 1852.
Gates, Lewis Edwards. Hawthorne. In Studies and Appreciations. Boston, 1900.
de Gourmont, Rémy. Nathaniel Hawthorne et le Roman Analytique. I. L’uvre de Hawthorne. II. Les Successeurs de Hawthorne. Le Contemporain, vol. 3, 1884.
Gribble, Francis. Hawthorne from an English Point of View. Critic, July, 1904. Two Centenaries: Nathaniel Hawthorne and George Sand. Fortnightly Review, 1904.
Griswold, Rufus Wilmot. Nathaniel Hawthorne. International Magazine, Nov., 1851.
The Hawthorne Centenary Celebration at the Wayside, Concord, Mass., July 4–7, 1904. Boston, 1905.
Hawthorne, Julian. Nathaniel Hawthorne and his Wife. Boston, 1885, 2 vols. Hawthorne and his Circle. New York, 1903.
Hawthorne, Mrs. [Sophia Peabody]. Notes in England and Italy. 1869.
Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. An Evening with Mrs. Hawthorne. Atlantic Monthly, Oct., 1871. In Contemporaries, Boston, 1899.
[Hoffman, Charles Fenno. Review of Hawthorne’s Twice-Told Tales. Boston, 1837.] American Monthly Magazine, Mar., 1838.
Holmes, Oliver Wendell. [On Hawthorne’s Death.] Atlantic Monthly, July, 1864.
Howe, Mrs. Julia Ward. Two Glimpses of Hawthorne. Critic, 18 June, 1881.
Howells, William Dean. In My Literary Passions, 1895. Hawthorne’s Hester Prynne, Hawthorne’s Zenobia and Priscilla, and Miriam and Hilda. In Heroines of Fiction. 2 vols., 1901. The Personality of Hawthorne. [Review of Hawthorne and his Circle.] North American Review. Dec., 1903.
Hutton, Richard Holt. Nathaniel Hawthorne. In Essays, Theological and Literary, 1871. Nathaniel Hawthorne. In Essays in Literary Criticism, 1876. Nathaniel Hawthorne. In Literary Essays, 1888.
James, Henry. Hawthorne. (English Men of Letters series.) London, 1879. New York, 1880, 1887. Hawthorne’s French and Italian Journals. Nation, 14 Mar., 1872. Nathaniel Hawthorne. In Warner’s Library of the World’s Best Literature, 1897.
Jepson, George Edwin. Hawthorne in the Boston Custom House. Bookman, Aug., 1904.
Lamarca, Carlos Navarro. Novelistas Norte-Americanos; Nathaniel Hawthorne. Helios, Madrid, June, 1903.
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