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  2. Teresa A. Goddu, Leland S. Person
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/saf.2001.0002
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  1. Hawthorne and the "Scribbling Women": Publishing The Scarlet Letter in the Nineteenth-Century United States
  2. Michael Winship
  3. pp. 3-11
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  1. The ABCs of The Scarlet Letter
  2. Lesley Ginsberg
  3. pp. 13-31
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  1. The Dark Labyrinth of Mind: Hawthorne, Hester, and the Ironies of Racial Mothering
  2. Leland S. Person
  3. pp. 33-48
  4. DOI: 10.1353/saf.2001.0007
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  1. Letters Turned to Gold: Hawthorne, Authorship, and Slavery
  2. Teresa A. Goddu
  3. pp. 49-76
  4. DOI: 10.1353/saf.2001.0008
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  1. The Bureaucratic Origins of The Scarlet Letter
  2. Bryce Traister
  3. pp. 77-92
  4. DOI: 10.1353/saf.2001.0000
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  1. Considering Possession in The Scarlet Letter
  2. Ellen Weinauer
  3. pp. 93-112
  4. DOI: 10.1353/saf.2001.0001
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  1. Pornographic Manhood and The Scarlet Letter
  2. T. Walter Herbert
  3. pp. 114-120
  4. DOI: 10.1353/saf.2001.0003
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  1. Hidden in Plain Sight: The Scarlet Letter and American Legibility
  2. Michael T. Gilmore
  3. pp. 121-128
  4. DOI: 10.1353/saf.2001.0005
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