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Notes abbreviations 72/236z Hawthorne Family Papers, Bancroft Library, University of California , Berkeley 87/23c JH Papers, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley 89/201c Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley AC Atlanta Constitution AJ Appleton’s Journal AL American Literature AM Atlantic Monthly BA Boston American Bassan Maurice Bassan, Hawthorne’s Son (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1970) BE Brooklyn Eagle BG Boston Globe “Biography” “Biography, New Style,”University Magazine, 29 Sep 1880, 53–57 BJ Boston Journal Bridge Horatio Bridge, Personal Recollections of Nathaniel Hawthorne (New York: Harper and Brothers, 1893) BPL Boston Public Library BT Boston Transcript C&C JH, Confessions and Criticisms (Boston: Ticknor, 1886) CE Centenary Edition of the Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne CIO Chicago Inter-Ocean Columbia Butler Library, Columbia University Cosmo Cosmopolitan CT Chicago Tribune CW Collier’s Weekly DI Dearborn [Michigan] Independent 218 notes DP Denver Post EPP Elizabeth Palmer Peabody GW Good Words H&HC JH, Hawthorne and His Circle (New York: Harper and Brothers, 1903) HL Human Life Houghton Houghton Library, Harvard University Hull Raymona E. Hull, Nathaniel Hawthorne: The English Experience (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1980) IA Illustrated American JH Julian Hawthorne LAE Los Angeles Examiner LAT Los Angeles Times LC Library of Congress LHJ Ladies’ Home Journal LW Literary World M JH, Memoirs (New York: Macmillan, 1938) Maynard Theodore Maynard, A Fire Was Lighted (Milwaukee: Bruce, 1948) Memories Rose Hawthorne Lathrop, Memories of Hawthorne (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1897) NAR North American Review NH&W JH, Nathaniel Hawthorne and His Wife (Boston: Osgood, 1884) NHR Nathaniel Hawthorne Review NYA New York American NYCA New York Commercial Advertiser NYH New York Herald NYJ New York Journal NYPL The Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature, New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations NYS New York Sun NYTimes New York Times NYTrib New York Tribune NYW New York World PI Philadelphia Inquirer PNA Philadelphia North American PO Portland Oregonian PSN Pasadena Star-News Ronda Letters of Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, ed. Bruce Ronda (Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 1984) Rosary Hill Rosary Hill Home, Hawthorne, New York SB JH, The Subterranean Brotherhood (New York: McBride, Nast, 1914) notes 219 SEP Saturday Evening Post SFE San Francisco Examiner SH Sophia Hawthorne Shapes JH, Shapes That Pass (New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1928) SR Springfield [Illinois] Republican SS JH, Saxon Studies (Boston: Osgood, 1876) Tharp Louise Tharp, The Peabody Sisters of Salem (Boston: Little, Brown, 1950) UVa Alderman Library, University of Virginia Valenti Patricia Dunlavy Valenti, To Myself a Stranger (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1991) WP Washington Post introduction 1. M, 3. 2. M, 298. 3. LAE, 8 Jan 1905, 28. 4. Maud Howe Elliot, Three Generations (Boston: Little, Brown, 1923), 29. 5. John Nichol, American Literature (Edinburgh: Black, 1882), 388; Critic, 12 Apr 1884, 169; 6 Jun 1885, 1. 6. A virtually complete list of JH’s publications has appeared in two parts in Resources for American Literary Study 33 (2010): 93–132; and 35 (2010): 139–246. A few vagrant pieces are lost because they appeared in periodicals so ephemeral they do not survive. 7. M, 52. 8. Edith Hawthorne to Robert B. Carter, 16 Feb 1936 (87/23c box 1). 9. 72/236z carton 2. 10. Sean McCann, “The Novel of Crime, Mystery, and Suspense,” in The Cambridge History of the American Novel, ed. Leonard Cassuto et al. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011), 806. 11. Jean Strouse, “Semiprivate Lives,” in Studies in Biography, ed. Daniel Aaron (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1978), 129. 12. It is also marred by dozens of factual errors and gaps in the record; e.g., Bassan asserts that JH submitted a series of several articles about Dresden to the London Times in 1872 (98) when these pieces in fact appeared in the New York Times; that he“spent the winter of 1881–82 in Italy”(142), though he was in Ireland; that Albert Freeman “never spent a day in jail” (215), though he was jailed in the Tombs for ten days in March 1913; that Sam Chamberlain was one of his Harvard classmates (221), though Chamberlain attended NYU; that his story“Two Old Boys”appeared “only in serial form in the World”(249), though it appeared in neither the New York World nor the London World but revised under a different title and in a different venue many years later. 220 notes prologue 1. Eugene V. Debs, Walls and Bars (Chicago: Socialist Party, 1927), 35; NYS, 15 Oct 1913, 1. 2. NYS, 16 Oct 1913, 7...


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