A technical analysis of Hawthorne's style
Weiffenbach, Rose Elizabeth
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Hawthorne's style has already been subjected to critical examination by L. Dhalaine in 1905, Prosser Hall Frye in 1908, and W. C. Brownell in 1909. No one of these studies is as far reaching as the present analysis. Obvious characteristics occupy too much space, finer shadings pass unnoticed, certain surprising appearances are lost sight of. All these are comparatively brief; the conclusions appear to have been drawn without sufficient corroborative evidence.
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