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For this reason I suppose I could have just as easily listed this article under "History". Studies in Hawthorne's Fiction This is a peculiar little article for a modern reader. Beyond esoteric language the man loves his Latin quipsthe very ends of the article are different: Allow me to provide an example from the end of the article: Martin Burgess Green is a prolific author who has been published many times in the twentieth century, including Children of the sun: I could not find much biographical information on him minus his birth year and that he is, apparently, still alive.
In a less positive sense, this chapter as part of a longer work, Re-appraisals: I found this article during a search on Chillingworth, a character I thought may exist as a topic of much research conversation. I searched JSTOR by his character name and the novel, and received this article as one of my top results.
Stone presents evidence that there are two Chillingworths. The Chillingworth which appears at the beginning of the novel, administering to Hester and Pearl in the prison, is similar to the Chillingworth Hester remembers: He takes responsibility for their failed marriage, for example.
The revenge he enacts over the course of The Scarlet Letter is a new development in his character, but a development which he does not attempt to obscure or to disavow responsibility for. Edward Stone was a professor at Ohio University, a recipient of a Fulbright grant, and a specialist in American literature.
There is an award bearing his name at Ohio University. In this article, he uses close reading in order to best relate his point; he is surgical in pulling apart sentences and dissecting them in redeeming Chillingworth and restoring his free will. I felt that this article provided an interesting insight into an enigmatic character, and also revealed one thread of discourse which was occurring in Hawthorne studies in the 60s and 70s, one heavily influenced by close reading rather than discrete theoretical fields.
American Literary History 9. In this sense, the essay is a response to everything written before its publication and is useful as a roadmap for identityfing the influential volumes and names in Hawthorne criticism. She accuses the academy of sleepwalking through its own assumptions: Second, by virtue of its critique, it gives a broad overview of the history of Hawthorne criticism.
All are quite brief and would allow us to literally look at a critical conversation happening live and discuss the methodological assumptions of each of the critics. I chose this article because Baym, a leading scholar in Hawthorne criticism, offers a helpful summary of prior criticism on Hawthorne and gender, responding to several critics including her own previous argument to reassert Hawthorne as a feminist writer from The Scarlet Letter onward.
In this essay she summarizes her previous arguments and the critical responses to them and concludes with a revised, more nuanced argument to support her original thesis.
According to Baym, her many dissenting critics make several overlapping arguments: After demonstrating the arguments of her critics, Baym revises her earlier thesis.
Most of all, Baym says Hawthorne affirms that marriage must be a choice, not a demand. Baym is an English professor at the university of Illinois, whose primary research interests are nineteenth-century American literature and American women's writing. She has written, as this summary suggests, extensively about Hawthorne in books see Shape of Hawthorne's Career and journal articles, with her popularly cited and critically debated argument of Hawthorne as feminist sparking decades of debates.
Her scholarship has implications beyond discussions of Hawthorne and The Scarlet Letter, raising important questions about how feminist literature and its authors are determined and how nineteenth-century authors perceived gender and themselves as writers of gender.
A Forum on Fiction Written in the mids, Scott S. It reads the relationship between Dimmesdale and Chillingsworth and posits an underlying homoeroticism. Then he corresponds this imagery of bodily decay and indulgence with a 19th text of male sexual hygiene.
Finally, in the third and most interesting section, he enacts a structural analysis of the novel to illustrate the tension between the hetero- and homosexual energies in the text.
The text relies on a number of heavy-weight theoretical gestures, but, in my humble opinion, uses them all to great effect and never gets weighed down. Second, Derrick is clearly at the forefront of the burgeoning field of Queer Theory.
While not mentioned by name, he does quote from Michael Warner and Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick and uses their methods of sexual analytics to reveal tensions within the text that go beyond mere hints of homosexuality.
Literature, seems to be right in line with the line of questioning in this paper. I would recommend this essay for general consumption. Humanities Press International, I found this in the collection of essays in the back of our Scarlet Letter Norton edition. I don't think I can write a review of this that isn't colored by my opinion of the article, so let me lay my card on the table: DeSalvo does get her points across, but with little to no consideration for previous scholarship, except to say, from what I can tell, that all of it is wrong.The strength of the collection is in authors’ attention to novels about the North Vietnamese and Vietnamese refugees’ experience, with analysis of works by Dương Thu Hương, Bảo Ninh, and lê thị diễm thúy, evaluation of how the Vietnam War is refigured in the wake of 9/11 in aesthetic works, and close readings of canonical texts.
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There is a clear progression of complexity throughout the unit with the most challenging texts and tasks found at the end of the unit. A collection of scholarly works about individual liberty and free markets.
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