Works from the White Mountain Regions : Hawthorne's Early Making of the American Scenes

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Works from the White Mountain Regions : Hawthorne's Early Making of the American Scenes
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The Ambitious Guest and ""The Great Carbuncle"" are two examples of Hawthorne's serious efforts to contribute to the literary independence of America by using American scenes in his tales from his early authorship. Both tales betray artistic immaturity but a major theme of his whole life--search for the ""eternal beauty""--is already and clearly seen in the symbolic uses of ""an avalanche"" in the former tale and ""the heavenly light"" of a precious gem in the latter. They show ""wonders of the invisible world.""

Author
著者 Uematsu Yoshiyuki
著者(ヨミ) ウエマツ ヨシユキ
著者(別表記) 植松 芳幸
Publication Title
香川大学教育学部研究報告第Ⅰ部
Volume
125
Start Page
1
End Page
15
Publisher
香川大学教育学部
Published Date
20060331
ISSN
0454-9309
NCID
AN00038237
Resource Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Language
eng
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香川大学
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