How Nathaniel Hawthorne's Narratives Are Shaped by Sin

How Nathaniel Hawthorne's Narratives Are Shaped by Sin

His Use of Biblical Typology in His Four Major Works

eBook - 2008
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This work examines the influence of Puritan thought and typology and the persecutorial actions of the ancestors of Nathanial Hawthorne on his literature. Typological allusions and typological layering, in which fictional characters are portrayed as recurrent types found throughout the Bible, myth, and history, require readers to perform an hermeneutical exercise of interpretation in order to gain insight into the nature of sin.
Publisher: Lewiston : c2008. Edwin Mellen Press,
ISBN: 9780773421530
077342153X
0773450173
9780773450172
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource (v, 254 p.)

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