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CFP for Bowdoin Conference, June 12-15, 2008
Nathaniel Hawthorne: Starting Over
The Hawthorne Conference organizers offer this wide-ranging rubric to
include such topics as: Hawthorne's new start at Bowdoin, his beginnings
as a tale writer; his "new" career as a novelist; his new (and constantly
renewed) reputation; his interest in the beginnings of things (biblical,
historical, personal); his new friends; his sense of the "new" vs.
the "old" world; his definition of the "new" woman--and new man ("New
Adam and Eve"); Hawthorne and the New Romanticism; Hawthorne and the New
Classroom; Hawthorne and the (new) State of Maine; Hawthorne and the
(new) structure of allegory; and Hawthorne in the new (21st) Century.
Please send paper topics by January 31, 2008,to Sam Coale, 39 Pratt
Street, Providence, RI 02906 or samcoale_at_cox.net.
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