Nathaniel Hawthorne and the Great Stone Face

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Nathaniel Hawthorne And The Great Stone
I. Author Background
A. Early Life
1. Born in Salem, Massachusets
2. His legs were hit while playing “bat and ball” 3. Became lame and unable to walk
4. Due to being lame he was able to read many books and this is when he got his some stories B. Education
1. Attended Bowdoin College
2. Became classmate with Longfellow and President F. Pierce 3. Refused to take public speaking
C. Career
1. Chosen as the American Adviser at Liverpool England
2. Was given the position as a Surveyor in 1846
D. Achievements
1. Anonymously, Hawthorne’s early stories were published 2. In 1837, the publication of twice told tales somewhat lifted this spell of darkness 3. Hawthorne’s short stories became...
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