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The Marble Faun

Nathaniel Hawthorne

Publisher: Charles River Editors

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Nathaniel Hawthorne was one of the greatest writers in American literature.  Hawthorne was born in Salem, Massachusetts which was the home of the infamous witch trials.  Hawthorne’s great-great grandfather was one of the judges for the trials and much of his writing centered around that time period.  This edition of The Marble Faun includes a table of contents.

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