Young Goodman Brown and Other Tales

@inproceedings{Hawthorne1988YoungGB,
  title={Young Goodman Brown and Other Tales},
  author={Nathaniel Addressee Hawthorne and Brian Harding},
  year={1988}
}
THE GENTLE BOY ROGER MALVIN'S BURIAL THE GREY CHAMPION THE MAYPOLE OF MERRY MOUNT THE MINISTER'S BLACK VEIL DR HEIDEGGER'S EXPERIMENT ENDICOTT AND THE RED CROSS THE BIRTHMARK THE CELESTIAL RAILROAD THE ARTIST OF THE BEAUTIFUL RAPPACCINI'S DAUGHTER ETHAN BRAND 
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