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In Search of the Unpardonable Sin: The Showman and the Dog in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s

@inproceedings{Brand2010InSO,
  title={In Search of the Unpardonable Sin: The Showman and the Dog in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s},
  author={E. Brand},
  year={2010}
}

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'T HAS BEEN WELL KNOWN, since Bliss Perry's early essay identifying situations and passages in "Ethan Brand" with notebook entries Hawthorne made during a trip to North Adams in I838, that manyExpand
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STUDENTS OF BLAKE become aware that in Blake's myth, Satan is the extreme degradation of the mental act; he is Urizen (the mental Zoa) in the lowest state of fall. That the conscious mind, intentExpand
Ethan Brand's Twin
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In Hawthorne's “Ethan Brand,” the incident in which the old dog suddenly begins to chase his own tail occupies only a few lines, but a close reading of this brief passage in conjunction with itsExpand