What was Nathaniel Hawthorne writing style?
Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote novels under the Dark Romantic genre. His stories are mostly allegories (stories told on two levels: literal and figurative). He uses many symbols in his works as well as metaphores and allusions. There tends to be a lack of character confrontations and prolonged descriptions of characters, settings, and such.
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He wrote it to as a critique of his own society because at the time a lot of people were going back to more Puritan ways with the Temperance movement in the Jacksonian era (18…30-40)
The title he got from the fact the his cousin Susanna Ingersol once lived in a Gabled house. Many of the Gables were torn down by Susanna's father in the late 1700's but Susan…na explained to Hawthorne that it once had 7.
Over 46 novels and short stories.
I know he wrote The House of the Seven Gables and The Scarlet Letter. \n. he wrote twice told tales , double fantasy , two for the road and second hand rose.
Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote The Scarlet Letter which became amasterpiece in American literature. Hawthorne began writing shortfiction pieces between 1825 to 1850 also.
This is a good question because if you read Hawthorne you get the impression that there is some significantly serious 'trauma' affecting him. The answer is that his grandfathe…r was the unrepentant judge that oversaw the Salem witch trials that sent six innocent people to their death (by hanging and by being pressed) and ruined dozens more. Nathaniel Hawthorne was influenced by the English novelist-Sir Walter Scott
The Blithedale Romance Doctor Grimshawe's secret: a romance Fanshawe The House of Seven Gables The Marble Faun The Scarlet Letter (this one is the most well known)
A few stories/novels/books he wrote are: Rappaccini's Daughter The House of Seven Gables Fanshawe The Blithedale Romance Tanglewood Tales The Dolliv…er Romance The Custom House The Marble Faun The Scarlet Letter Twice Told Tales Mosses from an Old Manse The Birthmark Young Goodman Brown The House of Seven Gables .
\nThe Scarlett Letter
In his words they were a 'dark romanticism'. So a dark kind of romantic story, mainly about Puritans and how they weren't as holy and sinless as they made out to be. :) mika…la :D
romance and love
80 short stories
He wrote in the dark Romanticism period. Hope this helped =] (born July 4, 1804, Salem, Mass., U.S. - died May 19, 1864, Plymouth, N.H.) Read more: http://www.answers.com…/topic/nathaniel-hawthorne#ixzz1CkNMBKo4 .
He wrote 8 novels, with The Scarlett letter being arguably his most famous work.
It was published first in March 1843.
He didn't use a pseudonym. The book (Titled Fanshawe ) wassimply published anonymously.
Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote and published the first edition of The Scarlet Letter in the spring of 1850. This first run of 2500 copies sold out very quickly and was followed sho…rtly by a second printing of 2500 copies in March, 1850.