Week 6 Tuesday Web Pages

A Question & Answer Model of the Rhetorical Flow of a Literary Analysis Paper

English 105 Hawthorne Paper Evaluation Criteria

Hawthorne Publishing History

Lost Notebook close-reading groups

"Yesterday, Mr. Brazer was preaching on the comet" (Oct. 26, 1835)

        If you need a copy of The Scarlet Letter for some comparative analysis of Hawthorne's later use of some narrative strategy, there is an adequate one here.  If you use it, see the splendidly careful notes at the bottom of the menu page about how Eric Eldred produced the digital surrogate of the 1850 Ticknor and Fields first edition, corrected against the modern Norton edition.  This is the sign of scholarly attention to detail which distinguishes an expert site, though not peer-reviewed, from an amateur site.