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Remembering Nathaniel Hawthorne

Born on July 4, 1804, Nathaniel Hawthorne was known for writing the novels the Scarlet Letter, the House of Seven Gables, the Blithedale Romance and, in his later years, growing an epic mustache that led many to confuse him for a walrus. 110 more words

Writers

Lost Louisas

Louisa Lander was born in Salem, Mass. in 1826 and died in Boston in 1923. She outlived her career as a neoclassical sculptor by many decades, and the list of her “lost” works is a long one. 179 more words

Women Sculptors

ON THIS DAY: July 4, 2018

July 4th is

Happy Fourth of July

Barbecued Spareribs Day

Sidewalk Egg Frying Day

Caesar Salad Day

National Country Music Day

Independence from Meat Day… 1,960 more words

History

Thoughts 💭

Seek not to keep your soul perpetually in the unwholesome region of remorse. It was needful to pass through that dark valley, but it is infinitely dangerous to linger there too long. 12 more words

Inspirational

Young Goodman Brown - A Poststructuralist Analysis

Welcome back to my site all 8 of you who actually read my work! Life has been insane, which is one major reason for my very spaced out posts, and I’m also just trying to figure out what I’m doing with myself. 1,072 more words

Reading

Hawthorne Summer

Every single year I think about Nathaniel Hawthorne in the first week of July, as his birthday was on July 4, but this particular summer he—or his inspiration–is everywhere in Salem as this year marks the… 514 more words

History