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Nathaniel Hawthorne Review

Julie Hall, Editor

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Forthcoming 2018
Biannual Publication
ISSN 0890-4197
E-ISSN 2573-6973
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Nathaniel Hawthorne Review

Julie Hall, Editor

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The Nathaniel Hawthorne Review publishes essays, notes, queries, book reviews and bibliographies on Hawthorne’s life and works and serves as a primary outlet for emerging and established scholars and writers in this field. Together, with matters of importance to the Nathaniel Hawthorne Society, the Review encourages and supports scholarly inquiry and investigation of this nineteenth-century American author, his published and unpublished works, and his life and times.

The Nathaniel Hawthorne Society is dedicated to the global study and appreciation of the life and works of the author. A nonprofit educational organization, the Society encourages communication among scholars and the general public by expanding the possibilities for shared responses to Hawthorne's achievement.

Editor
Julie Hall, Sam Houston State University

Associate Editor
Nancy Sweet, California State University, Sacramento

Book Review Editor
Michael Demson, Sam Houston State University

Editorial Board
Nina Baym, University of Illinois, Emerita
Anna Brickhouse, University of Virginia
David C. Cody, Hartwick College
John Dolis, The Pennsylvania State University, Scranton
Lesley Ginsberg, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Teresa Goddu, Vanderbilt University
Rita Gollin, SUNY, Geneseo, Emerita
David Greven, University of South Carolina
Kristie Hamilton, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Laura Laffrado, Western Washington University
Robert S. Levine, University of Maryland
Leland Person, University of Cincinnati
Larry J. Reynolds, Texas A&M University
Roberta Weldon, University of Houston

Please submit manuscripts to the editor to the address below. Authors are requested to comply with the most recent MLA style for citations. Quotations from Hawthorne should be cited to The Centenary Edition of the Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Julie Hall, Editor

Department of English

Sam Houston State University

Huntsville, Texas 77340

Manuscripts may also be sent to the editor at .

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