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Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne
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WORKS OF

NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE


CONTENTS

##  THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES

##  TWICE-TOLD TALES

##  TWICE TOLD TALES
           Beneath An Umbrella
           On The Sea-Shore
           Main Street
           A Bell's Biography
           Sylph Etherege
           Old News
           Old Ticonderoga
           The Man Of Adamant
           The Wives Of The Dead
           John Inglefield's Thanksgiving
           Little Daffydowndilly

##  MOSSES FROM AN OLD MANSE
           The Old Manse
           A Select Party
           Fire Worship
           Buds And Bird Voices
           Monsieur Du Muroir
           The Hall Of Fantasy
           The New Adam And Eve
           The Christmas Banquet
           The Intelligence Office
           P.'s Correspondence
           Earth's Holocaust
           Passages From A Relinquished Work
           Sketches From Memory
           The Old Apple Dealer
           A Virtuoso's Collection

##  THE SNOW IMAGE et al.

THE SNOW IMAGE, Illustrated

##  THE GREAT STONE FACE et al.

##  GRANDFATHER'S CHAIR

##  THE BLITHEDALE ROMANCE

##  THE MARBLE FAUN, Vol. I

##  THE MARBLE FAUN, Vol. II

##  LIFE OF NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE

##  DOCTOR GRIMSHAWE'S SECRET

##  OUR OLD HOME, Vol. I

##  OUR OLD HOME, Vol. II

##  SKETCHES AND STUDIES

##  TALES AND SKETCHES FROM MEMORY

##  OTHER TALES AND SKETCHES
           Journal of A Solitary Man
           Dr. Bullivant
           A Book Of Autographs
           An Old Woman's Tale
           Time's Portraiture
           Browne's Folly

##  BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES

##  BIOGRAPHICAL STORIES

##  HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY

##  WONDER BOOK

##  A WONDER BOOK AND TANGLEWOOD TALES

##  TANGLEWOOD TALES

##  THE SCARLET LETTER

##  THE SCARLET STIGMA

##  LITTLE MASTERPIECES

LOVE LETTERS Vol. 1

LOVE LETTERS Vol. 2

SEPTIMIUS FELTON

FANSHAWE

THE ANCESTRAL FOOTSTEP

THE DOLIVER ROMANCE

PASSAGES FROM THE AMERICAN NOTEBOOKS, V1

PASSAGES FROM THE AMERICAN NOTEBOOKS, V2

PASSAGES FROM THE ENGLISH NOTEBOOKS, V1

PASSAGES FROM THE ENGLISH NOTEBOOKS, V2

THE FRENCH AND ITALIAN NOTEBOOKS, V1

THE FRENCH AND ITALIAN NOTEBOOKS, V2



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES
>

THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES
By Nathaniel Hawthorne


TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER
 	INTRODUCTORY NOTE
 	AUTHOR'S PREFACE
I.  	THE OLD PYNCHEON FAMILY
II.  	THE LITTLE SHOP-WINDOW
III.  	THE FIRST CUSTOMER
IV.  	A DAY BEHIND THE COUNTER
V.  	MAY AND NOVEMBER
VI.  	MAULE'S WELL
VII.  	THE GUEST
VIII.  	THE PYNCHEON OF TO-DAY
IX.  	CLIFFORD AND PHOEBE
X.  	THE PYNCHEON GARDEN
XI.  	THE ARCHED WINDOW
XII.  	THE DAGUERREOTYPIST
XIII.  	ALICE PYNCHEON
XIV.  	PHOEBE'S GOOD-BYE
XV.  	THE SCOWL AND SMILE
XVI.  	CLIFFORD'S CHAMBER
XVII.  	THE FLIGHT OF TWO OWLS
XVIII.  	GOVERNOR PYNCHEON
XIX.  	ALICE'S POSIES
XX.  	THE FLOWER OF EDEN
XXI.  	THE DEPARTURE

TWICE-TOLD TALES
Nathaniel Hawthorne


CONTENTS
The Gray Champion
The Wedding Knell
The Minister's Black Veil
The May-Pole of Merry Mount
The Gentle Boy
Mr. Higginbotham's Catastrophe
Wakefield
The Great Carbuncle
David Swan
The Hollow of the Three Hills
Dr. Heidegger's Experiment
LEGENDS OF THE PROVINCE HOUSE
    I. Howe's Masquerade
    II. Edward Randolph's Portrait
    III. Lady Eleanore's Mantle
    IV. Old Esther Dudley
The Ambitious Guest
Peter Goldthwaite's Treasure
The Shaker Bridal
Endicott and the Red Cross

TWICE-TOLD TALES.
By Nathaniel Hawthorne
CONTENTS.
 	PAGE
THE GRAY CHAMPION	5
SUNDAY AT HOME	15
THE WEDDING-KNELL	23
THE MINISTER'S BLACK VEIL	33
THE MAYPOLE OF MERRY MOUNT	49
THE GENTLE BOY	63
MR. HIGGINBOTHAM'S CATASTROPHE	99
LITTLE ANNIE'S RAMBLE	113
WAKEFIELD	123
A RILL FROM THE TOWN PUMP	133
THE GREAT CARBUNCLE	141
THE PROPHETIC PICTURES	159
DAVID SWAN	175
SIGHTS FROM A STEEPLE	183
THE HOLLOW OF THE THREE HILLS	191
THE TOLL-GATHERER'S DAY	197
THE VISION OF THE FOUNTAIN	204
FANCY'S SHOW-BOX	211
DR. HEIDEGGER'S EXPERIMENT	218
LEGENDS OF THE PROVINCE HOUSE:
     I. HOWE'S MASQUERADE	233
    II. EDWARD RANDOLPH'S PORTRAIT	249
   III. LADY ELEANORE'S MANTLE	263
   IV. OLD ESTHER DUDLEY	281
THE HAUNTED MIND	294
THE VILLAGE UNCLE	300
THE AMBITIOUS GUEST	313
THE SISTER-YEARS	323
SNOWFLAKES	332
THE SEVEN VAGABONDS	338
THE WHITE OLD MAID	358
PETER GOLDTHWAITE'S TREASURE	370
CHIPPINGS WITH A CHISEL	393
THE SHAKER BRIDAL	405
NIGHT-SKETCHES	412
ENDICOTT AND THE RED CROSS	419
THE LILY'S QUEST	427
FOOTPRINTS ON THE SEASHORE	435
EDWARD FANE'S ROSEBUD	447
THE THREEFOLD DESTINY	455

MOSSES FROM AN OLD MANSE AND OTHER STORIES
Nathaniel Hawthorne
CONTENTS
The Birthmark
Young Goodman Brown
Rappaccini's Daughter
Mrs. Bullfrog
The Celestial Railroad
The Procession of Life
Feathertop: A Moralized Legend
Egotism; or, The Bosom Serpent
Drowne's Wooden Image
Roger Malvin's Burial
The Artist of the Beautiful

THE SNOW IMAGE
By Nathaniel Hawthorne


CONTENTS
The Snow Image: A Childish Miracle
The Great Stone Face
Ethan Brand
The Canterbury Pilgrims
The Devil in Manuscript
My Kinsman, Major Molineux

THE GREAT STONE FACE

AND OTHER TALES OF THE WHITE MOUNTAINS
By Nathaniel Hawthorne


1882


CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
THE GREAT STONE FACE
THE AMBITIOUS GUEST
THE GREAT CARBUNCLE
SKETCHES FROM MEMORY

THE WHOLE HISTORY OF GRANDFATHER’S CHAIR
or
TRUE STORIES FROM NEW ENGLAND HISTORY, 1620-1808
By Nathaniel Hawthorne


CONTENTS
AUTHOR’S PREFACE
GRANDFATHER’S CHAIR.
PART I. 1620-1692.
CHAPTER I. GRANDFATHER AND THE CHILDREN AND THE CHAIR.
CHAPTER II. THE PURITANS AND THE LADY ARBELLA.
CHAPTER III. A RAINY DAY.
CHAPTER IV. TROUBLOUS TIMES.
CHAPTER V. THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW ENGLAND.
CHAPTER VI. THE PINE-TREE SHILLINGS.
CHAPTER VII. THE QUAKERS AND THE INDIANS.
CHAPTER VIII. THE INDIAN BIBLE.
CHAPTER IX. ENGLAND AND NEW ENGLAND.
CHAPTER X. THE SUNKEN TREASURE.
CHAPTER XI. WHAT THE CHAIR HAD KNOWN.
APPENDIX TO PART I.
PART II. 1692-1763.
CHAPTER I. THE CHAIR IN THE FIRELIGHT.
CHAPTER II. THE SALEM WITCHES.
CHAPTER III. THE OLD-FASHIONED SCHOOL.
CHAPTER IV. COTTON MATHER
CHAPTER V. THE REJECTED BLESSING.
CHAPTER VI. POMPS AND VANITIES.
CHAPTER VII. THE PROVINCIAL MUSTER.
CHAPTER VIII. THE OLD FRENCH WAR AND THE ACADIAN EXILES
CHAPTER IX. THE END OF THE WAR.
CHAPTER X. THOMAS HUTCHINSON.
APPENDIX TO PART II.
PART III. 1763-1803.
CHAPTER I. A NEW-YEAR’S DAY.
CHAPTER II. THE STAMP ACT.
CHAPTER III. THE HUTCHINSON MOB.
CHAPTER IV. THE BRITISH TROOPS IN BOSTON.
CHAPTER V. THE BOSTON MASSACRE.
CHAPTER VI. A COLLECTION OF PORTRAITS.
CHAPTER VII. THE TEA PARTY AND LEXINGTON.
CHAPTER VIII. THE SIEGE OF BOSTON.
CHAPTER IX. THE TORY’S FAREWELL.
CHAPTER X. THE WAR FOR INDEPENDENCE.
CHAPTER XI. GRANDFATHER’S DREAM.
APPENDIX TO PART III.

THE BLITHEDALE ROMANCE
By Nathaniel Hawthorne


CONTENTS
I.  	OLD MOODIE
II.  	BLITHEDALE
III.  	A KNOT OF DREAMERS
IV.  	THE SUPPER-TABLE
V.  	UNTIL BEDTIME
VI.  	COVERDALE'S SICK CHAMBER
VII.  	THE CONVALESCENT
VIII.  	A MODERN ARCADIA
IX.  	HOLLINGSWORTH, ZENOBIA, PRISCILLA
X.  	A VISITOR FROM TOWN
XI.  	THE WOOD-PATH
XII.  	COVERDALE'S HERMITAGE
XIII.  	ZENOBIA'S LEGEND
XIV.  	ELIOT'S PULPIT
XV.  	A CRISIS
XVI.  	LEAVE-TAKINGS
XVII.  	THE HOTEL
XVIII.  	THE BOARDING-HOUSE
XIX.  	ZENOBIA'S DRAWING-ROOM
XX.  	THEY VANISH
XXI.  	AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE
XXII.  	FAUNTLEROY
XXIII.  	A VILLAGE HALL
XXIV.  	THE MASQUERADERS
XXV.  	THE THREE TOGETHER
XXVI.  	ZENOBIA AND COVERDALE
XXVII.  	MIDNIGHT
XXVIII.  	BLITHEDALE PASTURE
XXIX.  	MILES COVERDALE'S CONFESSION

THE MARBLE FAUN
or The Romance of Monte Beni
By Nathaniel Hawthorne
Volume One of Two


CONTENTS
CHAPTER I	MIRIAM, HILDA, KENYON, DONATELLO
CHAPTER II	THE FAUN
CHAPTER III	SUBTERRANEAN REMINISCENCES
CHAPTER IV	THE SPECTRE OF THE CATACOMB
CHAPTER V	MIRIAM'S STUDIO
CHAPTER VI	THE VIRGIN'S SHRINE
CHAPTER VII	BEATRICE
CHAPTER VIII	THE SUBURBAN VILLA
CHAPTER IX	THE FAUN AND NYMPH
CHAPTER X	THE SYLVAN DANCE
CHAPTER XI	FRAGMENTARY SENTENCES
CHAPTER XII	A STROLL ON THE PINCIAN
CHAPTER XIII	A SCULPTOR'S STUDIO
CHAPTER XIV	CLEOPATRA
CHAPTER XV	AN AESTHETIC COMPANY
CHAPTER XVI	A MOONLIGHT RAMBLE
CHAPTER XVII	MIRIAM'S TROUBLE
CHAPTER XVIII	ON THE EDGE OF A PRECIPICE
CHAPTER XIX	THE FAUN'S TRANSFORMATION
CHAPTER XX	THE BURIAL CHANT
CHAPTER XXI	THE DEAD CAPUCHIN
CHAPTER XXII	THE MEDICI GARDENS
CHAPTER XXIII	MIRIAM AND HILDA

THE MARBLE FAUN,
or The Romance of Monte Beni
By Nathaniel Hawthorne
Volume II. of III.


CONTENTS
CHAPTER XXIV	THE TOWER AMONG THE APENNINES
CHAPTER XXV	SUNSHINE
CHAPTER XXVI	THE PEDIGREE OF MONTE BENI
CHAPTER XXVII	MYTHS
CHAPTER XXVIII	THE OWL TOWER
CHAPTER XXIX	ON THE BATTLEMENTS
CHAPTER XXX	DONATELLO'S BUST
CHAPTER XXXI	THE MARBLE SALOON
CHAPTER XXXII	SCENES BY THE WAY
CHAPTER XXXIII	PICTURED WINDOWS
CHAPTER XXXIV	MARKET-DAY IN PERUGIA
CHAPTER XXXV	THE BRONZE PONTIFF'S BENEDICTION
CHAPTER XXXVI	HILDA'S TOWER
CHAPTER XXXVII	THE EMPTINESS OF PICTURE GALLERIES
CHAPTER XXXVIII	ALTARS AND INCENSE
CHAPTER XXXIX	THE WORLD'S CATHEDRAL
CHAPTER XL	HILDA AND A FRIEND
CHAPTER XLI	SNOWDROPS AND MAIDENLY DELIGHTS
CHAPTER XLII	REMINISCENCES OF MIRIAM
CHAPTER XLIII	THE EXTINCTION OF A LAMP
CHAPTER XLIV	THE DESERTED SHRINE
CHAPTER XLV	THE FLIGHT OF HILDA'S DOVES
CHAPTER XLVI	A WALK ON THE CAMPAGNA
CHAPTER XLVII	THE PEASANT AND CONTADINA
CHAPTER XLVIII	A SCENE IN THE CORSO
CHAPTER XLIX	A FROLIC OF THE CARNIVAL
CHAPTER L	MIRIAM, HILDA, KENYON, DONATELLO
CONCLUSION

THE LIFE AND GENIUS OF NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
By Frank Preston Stearns


CONTENTS
PREFACE
THE LIFE AND GENIUS OF NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
CHAPTER I.	SALEM AND THE HATHORNES: 1630-1800
CHAPTER II.	BOYHOOD OF HAWTHORNE: 1804-1821
CHAPTER III.	BOWDOIN COLLEGE: 1821-1825.
CHAPTER IV.	LITTLE MISERY: 1825-1835
CHAPTER V.	EOS AND EROS: 1835-1839
CHAPTER VI.	PEGASUS AT THE CART: 1839-1841
CHAPTER VII.	HAWTHORNE AS A SOCIALIST: 1841-1842
CHAPTER VIII.	CONCORD AND THE OLD MANSE: 1842-1845
CHAPTER IX.	“MOSSES PROM AN OLD MANSE”: 1845
CHAPTER X.	FROM CONCORD TO LENOX: 1845-1849
CHAPTER XI.	PEGASUS IS FREE: 1850-1852
CHAPTER XII.	THE LIVERPOOL CONSULATE: 1852-1854
CHAPTER XIII.	HAWTHORNE IN ENGLAND: 1854-1858
CHAPTER XIV.	ITALY
CHAPTER XV.	HAWTHORNE AS ART CRITIC: 1858
CHAPTER XVI.	“THE MARBLE FAUN”: 1859-1860
CHAPTER XVII.	HOMEWARD BOUND: 1860-1862
CHAPTER XVIII.	IMMORTALITY
APPENDICES
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B
APPENDIX C
INDEX

DOCTOR GRIMSHAWE’S SECRET
A ROMANCE
By Nathaniel Hawthorne


CONTENTS
PREFACE
DOCTOR GRIMSHAWE’S SECRET
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
CHAPTER VII.
CHAPTER VIII.
CHAPTER IX.
CHAPTER X.
CHAPTER XI.
CHAPTER XII.
CHAPTER XIII.
CHAPTER XIV.
CHAPTER XV.
CHAPTER XVI.
CHAPTER XVII.
CHAPTER XVIII.
CHAPTER XIX.
CHAPTER XX.
CHAPTER XXI.
CHAPTER XXII.
CHAPTER XXIII.
CHAPTER XXIV.
CHAPTER XXV.
APPENDIX

OUR OLD HOME
A Series of English Sketches
by Nathaniel Hawthorne


CONTENTS
OUR OLD HOME.
CONSULAR EXPERIENCES.
LEAMINGTON SPA.
ABOUT WARWICK.
RECOLLECTIONS OF A GIFTED WOMAN.
LICHFIELD AND UTTOXETER.
PILGRIMAGE TO OLD BOSTON.
NEAR OXFORD.
SOME OF THE HAUNTS OF BURNS.
A LONDON SUBURB.
UP THE THAMES.
OUTSIDE GLIMPSES OF ENGLISH POVERTY.
CIVIC BANQUETS.

OUR OLD HOME
By Nathaniel Hawthorne
Volume II. Of II.
CONTENTS
 	PAGE
Lord Nelson	Frontispiece.
NEAR OXFORD	281
Blenheim	292
The Thames at Oxford from Folly Bridge	318
Magdalen College, Oxford, from the Cherwell	322
SOME OF THE HAUNTS OF BURNS	325
Robert Burns	334
Burns's Birthplace, Alloway Parish, near Ayr	350
The Auld Brig o' Doon, Ayr	354
Alloway Kirk	356
A LONDON SUBURB	359
A Country House	364
The Houses of Parliament	374
UP THE THAMES	411
London Bridge	412
Tower of London, showing Traitors' Gate	428
St. Paul's Cathedral	430
Poets' Corner, Westminster Abbey	452
OUTSIDE GLIMPSES OF ENGLISH POVERTY	470
An English Almshouse	500
CIVIC BANQUETS	527

SKETCHES AND STUDIES
by Nathaniel Hawthorne


CONTENTS
LIFE OF FRANKLIN PIERCE.
PREFACE.
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
CHAPTER VII.

CHIEFLY ABOUT WAR MATTERS.
ALICE DOANE’S APPEAL.
THE ANCESTRAL FOOTSTEP
THE ANCESTRAL FOOTSTEP.

TALES AND SKETCHES
By Nathaniel Hawthorne
CONTENTS
I. The Inland Port.
II. Rochester.
III. A Night Scene.

TALES AND SKETCHES
By Nathaniel Hawthorne


CONTENTS
My Visit To Niagara
The Antique Ring
Graves And Goblins

BIOGRAPHICAL STUDIES
By Nathaniel Hawthorne


CONTENTS
Mrs. Hutchinson
Sir William Phips
Sir William Pepperell
Thomas Green Fessenden
Jonathan Cilley

TRUE STORIES OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY
Biographical Stories
By Nathaniel Hawthorne


CONTENTS
BENJAMIN WEST.
SIR ISAAC NEWTON.
SAMUEL JOHNSON.
OLIVER CROMWELL.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.
QUEEN CHRISTINA.

TRUE STORIES FROM HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY
by Nathaniel Hawthorne
CONTENTS
Preface
THE WHOLE HISTORY OF GRANDFATHER'S CHAIR
Part I
Chapter I
Chapter II
THE LADY ARBELLA
Chapter III
Chapter IV
Chapter V
Chapter VI
THE PINE-TREE SHILLINGS
Chapter VII
Chapter VIII
THE INDIAN BIBLE
Chapter IX
Chapter X
THE SUNKEN TREASURE
Chapter XI
Part II
Chapter I
Chapter II
Chapter III
THE OLD-FASHIONED SCHOOL
Chapter IV
Chapter VI
THE REJECTED BLESSING
Chapter VII
Chapter VIII
THE PROVINCIAL MUSTER
Chapter IX
THE ACADIAN EXILES
Chapter X
Chapter XI
Part III
Chapter I
Chapter II
Chapter III
THE HUTCHINSON MOB
Chapter IV
Chapter V
THE BOSTON MASSACRE
Chapter VI
Chapter VII
Chapter VIII
Chapter IX
THE TORY'S FAREWELL
Chapter X
Chapter XI
GRANDFATHER'S DREAM
Biographical Stories
Chapter I
Chapter II
BENJAMIN WEST
Chapter III
SIR ISAAC NEWTON
Chapter IV
SAMUEL JOHNSON
Chapter V
SAMUEL JOHNSONâ?"continued.
Chapter VI
OLIVER CROMWELL
Chapter VII
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
Chapter VIII
BENJAMIN FRANKLINâ?"continued
Chapter IX
QUEEN CHRISTINA

A WONDER BOOK FOR GIRLS & BOYS
By Nathaniel Hawthorne
With 60 Designs By Walter Crane


CONTENTS
 	PAGE
THE GORGON'S HEAD.
Tanglewood Porch.—Introductory to The Gorgon's Head	1
The Gorgon's Head	7
Tanglewood Porch.—After the Story	39
THE GOLDEN TOUCH.
Shadow Brook.—Introductory to The Golden Touch	42
The Golden Touch	46
Shadow Brook.—After the Story	69
THE PARADISE OF CHILDREN.
Tanglewood Play-Room.—Introductory to The Paradise of Children	73
The Paradise of Children	78
Tanglewood Play-Room.—After the Story	100
THE THREE GOLDEN APPLES.
Tanglewood Fireside.—Introductory to The Three Golden Apples	102
The Three Golden Apples	109
Tanglewood Fireside.—After the Story	136
THE MIRACULOUS PITCHER.
The Hill-Side.—Introductory to The Miraculous Pitcher	140
The Miraculous Pitcher	144
The Hill-Side.—After the Story	170
THE CHIMÆRA.
Bald-Summit.—Introductory to The Chimæra	172
The Chimæra	176
Bald-Summit.—After the Story	206
LIST OF DESIGNS
Half-Title	i
Frontispiece—Bellerophon on Pegasus.
Title	iii
Preface	v
Tailpiece	vi
Contents	vii
List of Designs	ix
Tailpiece	x
Headpiece—Tanglewood Porch	1
THE GORGON'S HEAD—Headpiece	7
Perseus and the Graiæ	22
Perseus armed by the Nymphs	26
Perseus and the Gorgons	32
Perseus showing the Gorgon's Head	36
Tailpiece	38
Headpiece—Tanglewood Porch, After the Story	39
Tailpiece	41
Headpiece—Shadow Brook	42
THE GOLDEN TOUCH—Headpiece	46
The Stranger appearing to Midas	50
Midas' Daughter turned to Gold	62
Midas with the Pitcher	66
Tailpiece	68
Headpiece—Shadow Brook, After the Story	69
Tailpiece	72
Headpiece—Tanglewood Play-Room	73
Tailpiece	77
THE PARADISE OF CHILDREN—Headpiece	78
Pandora wonders at the Box	80
Pandora desires to open the Box	86
Pandora opens the Box	92
Tailpiece	96-x-
Headpiece—Tanglewood Play-Room, After the Story	100
Headpiece—Tanglewood Fireside	102
Tailpiece	108
THE THREE GOLDEN APPLES—Headpiece	109
Hercules and the Nymphs	112
Hercules and the Old Man of the Sea	120
Hercules and Atlas	126
Tailpiece	135
Headpiece—Tanglewood Fireside, After the Story	136
Tailpiece	139
Headpiece—The Hill-Side	140
Tailpiece	143
THE MIRACULOUS PITCHER—Headpiece	144
Philemon and Baucis	144
The Strangers in the Village	148
The Strangers entertained	158
Tailpiece	169
Headpiece—The Hill-Side, After the Story	170
Tailpiece	171
Headpiece—Bald Summit	172
Tailpiece	175
THE CHIMÆRA—Headpiece	176
Bellerophon at the Fountain	180
Bellerophon slays the Chimæra	200
Tailpiece	205
Headpiece—Bald Summit, After the Story	206
Tailpiece	210

A WONDER BOOK
AND TANGLEWOOD TALES
FOR GIRLS AND BOYS
By Nathaniel Hawthorne
With Pictures By Maxfield Parrish


CONTENTS
Preface
A WONDER BOOK
THE GORGON'S HEAD
THE GOLDEN TOUCH
THE PARADISE OF CHILDREN
THE THREE GOLDEN APPLES
THE MIRACULOUS PITCHER
THE CHIMÆRA
TANGLEWOOD TALES
THE WAYSIDE
THE MINOTAUR
THE PYGMIES
THE DRAGON'S TEETH
CIRCE'S PALACE
THE POMEGRANATE SEEDS
THE GOLDEN FLEECE
ILLUSTRATIONS
Jason and the Talking Oak
Pandora
Atlas
Bellerophon by the Fountain of Pirene
The Fountain of Pirene
Cadmus Sowing the Dragon's Teeth
Circe's Palace
Proserpina
Jason and his Teacher
The Argonauts in Quest of the Golden Fleece

TANGLEWOOD TALES
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Illustrated by V. F. Sterrett
CONTENTS
The Minotaur
The Pygmies
The Dragon's Teeth
Circe's Palace
The Pomegranate Seeds
The Golden Fleece
ILLUSTRATIONS
Cadmus beheld a female figure, wonderfully beautiful
He tugged and toiled amain
She whipped up the snakes and ascended high over the city
"Thou hast slain the monster", cried Ariadne, clasping her hands
He concluded that his dear son had been eaten by the Minotaur
This giant and these pygmies were all brethren
The giant gave them his brotherly kindness
They were constantly at war with the cranes
"Alas! my dear children", answered poor Queen Telephassa
"Sacred Oracle of Delphi, wither shall I go"?
This pitiless reptile had killed his poor companions
At a distance he beheld stately towers
The voyagers examined the web of cloth
"Wretch"! cried Circe
They brought along with them a great many beautiful shells
So she peeped into the entrance of the cave
They arrived at the sunniest spot in the world
"I shall not touch it I assure you", said she
"What shall I do"? said he
"I am the king's daughter"
At the appointed hour he met the beautiful Medea
"What is it"? asked Jason

THE SCARLET LETTER
By Nathaniel Hawthorne
Illustrated


CONTENTS
 	 	Page
 	The Custom House.—Introductory	1
THE SCARLET LETTER.
I.	The Prison-Door	51
II.	The Market-Place	54
III.	The Recognition	68
IV.	The Interview	80
V.	Hester at her Needle	90
VI.	Pearl	104
VII.	The Governor's Hall	118
VIII.	The Elf-Child and the Minister	129
IX.	The Leech	142
X.	The Leech and his Patient	155
XI.	The Interior of a Heart	168
XII.	The Minister's Vigil	177
XIII.	Another View of Hester	193
[vi]XIV.	Hester and the Physician	204
XV.	Hester and Pearl	212
XVI.	A Forest Walk	223
XVII.	The Pastor and his Parishioner	231
XVIII.	A Flood of Sunshine	245
XIX.	The Child at the Brook-side	253
XX.	The Minister in a Maze	264
XXI.	The New England Holiday	277
XXII.	The Procession	288
XXIII.	The Revelation of the Scarlet Letter	302
XXIV.	Conclusion	315
ILLUSTRATIONS
 	Page
The Custom-House	1
The Prison Door	49
Vignette,—Wild Rose	51
The Gossips	57
“Standing on the Miserable Eminence”	65
“She was led back to Prison”	78
“The Eyes of the wrinkled Scholar glowed”	87
The Lonesome Dwelling	93
Lonely Footsteps	99
Vignette	104
A touch of Pearl's baby-hand	113
Vignette	118
The Governor's Breastplate	125
“Look thou to it! I will not lose the child!”	135
The Minister and Leech	148
[viii]The Leech and his Patient	165
The Virgins of the Church	172
“They stood in the noon of that strange splendor”	185
Hester in the House of Mourning	195
Mandrake	211
“He gathered herbs here and there”	213
Pearl on the Sea-Shore	217
“Wilt thou yet forgive me?”	237
A Gleam of Sunshine	249
The Child at the Brook-Side	257
Chillingworth,—“Smile with a sinister meaning”	287
New England Worthies	289
“Shall we not meet again?”	311
Hester's Return	320

THE SCARLET STIGMA
A Drama In Four Acts
By James Edgar Smith
Founded upon Nathaniel Hawthorne's Novel,
"The Scarlet Letter".
Act I	Scene I
Scene II
Scene III
Act II	Scene I
Scene II
Scene III
Act III	Scene I
Scene II
Scene III
Act IV	Scene I
Scene II
Transcriber's Note

LITTLE MASTERPIECES
Nathaniel Hawthorne


CONTENTS
PAGE
Editor's Introduction	V
Dr. Heidegger's Experiment	1
The Birthmark	21
Ethan Brand	53
Wakefield	83
Drowne's Wooden Image	101
The Ambitious Guest	125
The Great Stone Face	141
The Gray Champion	177





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