Saturday, 29 December
506. Hawthorne: Where Are We Now?
1:45–3:00 p.m., Acapulco, Hyatt Regency
Program arranged by the Nathaniel Hawthorne Society
Presiding: Richard Alan Kopley, Penn State Univ., DuBois
1. “‘Is the World Then So Narrow?’: The Simultaneous Need for Home and Travel in The Scarlet Letter,” Derek McGrath, Florida Atlantic Univ.
2. “‘Our’ Hawthorne, ‘Your’ Hawthorne: Hawthorne Criticism and the Problem of Modernity,” Magnus J. Ullén, Stockholm Univ.
3. “The Journal of an African Cruiser: Hawthorne, Colonization, and the Slave Trade,” Leland S. Person, Univ. of Cincinnati
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